Internal conflicts in Sudan continue despite the ceasefire decision. While 550 people have lost their lives so far in the clashes, nearly 5,000 Sudanese have been injured.
In the country, the number of people migrating to different points due to the ongoing internal conflicts is increasing day by day. According to United Nations data, more than 700,000 people have been displaced in the country since April 15.
IHH is carrying out relief work.
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation, which started emergency aid operations after the conflicts, continues its relief activities for civilians. Within the scope of the aid activities, food packages were distributed to 250 families and hot meals to one thousand people who migrated to Adre city on the Sudan border with Chad due to the conflicts. With the latest aid,the number of food packages that have been distributed to families has reached 650, and hot meals have been distributed to 5 thousand people so far.
In addition, 40 cattle sacrifices were slaughtered and distributed to the needy people affected by the civil war. IHH provided medicines and medical supplies to Nyala Sudan-Turkey Training and Research Hospital within the scope of aid activities in the field of health. On the other hand, birth operation support was provided to seven mothers, and the necessary materials for newborn babies were distributed to families.
As the conflict in Sudan continues, the international community needs to step up its support efforts to meet basic humanitarian needs.
In order to support those in need in Sudan through IHH, you can donate 10 TL by sending an SMS to 3072 by typing SUDAN. Those who want to donate more can donate online on IHH's website or to IHH's bank account numbers by typing SUDAN in the description section.