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Emergency Aid for Sudan
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has organized a shipment of aid supplies consisting of 15 containers to Sudan, where an internal turmoil has been occurring since April 15. This comprehensive relief effort, considered the largest aid initiative sent to the country since the onset of the crisis, aims to help approximately 200,000 Sudanese people.
Sudan 16.08.2023

Clashes between the military and the Rapid Support Forces have plagued Sudan for the past four months. This have led to shortages of food, water, medicine, and fuel in various regions of the country. Over three million people in Sudan have also been displaced from their homes. International reports indicate that approximately 25 million people out of the 46 million population are in need of assistance.

Distribution Planned Across Sudan’s Various Regions

In June, IHH launched a major emergency relief campaign for Sudan named Guided by Goodness, En Route to Sudan. In this campaign, IHH sent 15 containers of aid supplies including food, hygiene items and blankets to the country. The aid materials, transported by sea, have reached the port of Port Sudan. These supplies will be distributed across the North, South, Central, and East Darfur provinces, as well as the Nile, Blue Nile, Khartoum, Gezira, and the Northern states.


Press Conference Prior to Distribution

A press conference was held before aid distribution was launched. It was participated by Sudan's Minister of Culture, Communication, and Media Garham Abd al Gadr; Deputy Minister of Social Affairs and Development Jamal al Nail; Chairman of the Emergency Committee Major General Azhari Abas; IHH Sudan Representative Bilal Bahçi; foundation officials; press members; and Sudanese citizens.


In the press conference, Jamal al-Nail expressed his gratitude to IHH and its donors for their humanitarian efforts. Nail emphasized that the aid packages have been designated for distribution in Sudan's nine provinces. He highlighted that the aid distribution has been tailored according to the specific needs of each region, with coordination between provincial authorities and IHH teams. Nail reaffirmed the country’s dedication in ensuring the swift delivery of aid to its intended recipients.

IHH Continues Humanitarian Efforts for Civilians in the Country

IHH remains committed to providing humanitarian assistance to Sudanese civilians.

To Contribute:

To support those in need in Sudan through IHH, you can donate 10 TL by sending an SMS with the SUDAN to 3072. If you wish to make larger donations, you can contribute online via the IHH website or by using IHH's bank account numbers, adding SUDAN in the description field along with the desired donation amount.

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