Sudan declares 3-month state of emergency over deadly floods
Authorities in Sudan have declared a national state of emergency for three months and designated the country a natural disaster zone after flooding that has killed over 100 people, and destroyed thousands of homes.
The flooding situation has caused the River Nile to rise to its highest level in 100 years, and has displaced over 100,000 people
Our emergency team is responding in Sudan by providing food packs and mosquito nets to victims of the flood.
*Once the initial Emergency Period is over, all funds, monthly donations and projects will be redirected to other urgent global emergencies.
Our Global Emergency Fund