The humanitarian situation in Sudan continues to escalate, with a steady increase in hunger. A record number of people, approximately one-third of the population, was already facing hunger in Sudan before the current conflict erupted. The ongoing violence has the potential to plunge millions more people into hunger.
Fighting broke out between forces led by Sudan’s de facto president and army chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the chief of the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, better known as Hemeti, nearly three weeks ago.
The fighting risks developing into a broader regional disaster as Sudan faces a deepening humanitarian crisis and its neighbours cope with an influx of refugees.
According to the UN, about 334,000 people are estimated to have been internally displaced and more than 100,000 have fled to neighbouring countries.
What is Muntada Aid Doing?
Muntada Aid is responding to the Sudan emergency by providing emergency food packs to affected families in Khartoum , North Kordufan , and Darfour Niyala.
How You Can Help
Muntada Aid urgently needs £80,000 to 200 Sudanese families in need until June 2023.
A £60 donation is enough to provide food to 5 people for 10 days.