Severe flooding in Sudan has left the country devastated.
Sudan’s Security and Defence Council has declared a three-month state of emergency due to ongoing flooding, which has killed over 99 people, destroyed more than 100,000 homes and left over half a million people stranded.
Much of the flooding has been triggered by heavy seasonal rains, causing the Nile River to rise to its highest level in 100 years. The states of Khartoum, Blue Nile, River Nile, Gezira, West Kordofan and South Darfur are amongst the worst hit.
Our teams on the ground are responding to those in need with emergency shelter, mosquito nets and hygiene kits for people affected.
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