Humanitarian Aid trucks arrived in the disaster area in Sudan during the past two weeks. Rahma Worldwide delivered hundreds of food baskets urgently to thousands of affected families. Floods and flash floods continue to impact various states in Sudan, resulting in an increasing number of casualties and damage.

KHARTOUM NOVEMBER 1: Humanitarian Aid trucks arrived in the disaster area in Sudan during the past two weeks in response to the floods, Rahma Worldwide delivered hundreds of food baskets urgently to thousands of affected families who were rescued from the storms. Rahma Worldwide aim to alleviate their suffering through distribution in multiple stages, including the villages of Sieger, AlBergul and Managil 72.

Floods and flash floods continue to impact various states in Sudan, resulting in an increasing number of casualties and damage. According to the authorities and humanitarian organisations, as of 15 August, 52 people have died, more than 8,900 houses have been destroyed and another 20,600 damaged in 12 states. About 136,000 people have been affected since May 2022. The floods have also affected 238 health facilities, more than 1,500 water sources and damaged or washed away 1,500 latrines.

Rahma Worldwide was founded in Michigan by dr. Shadi Zaza and a group of concerned citizens who shared the same passion to help vulnerable people in crisis-afflicted countries around the world. With just a $200 deposit, dr. Shadi Zaza opened a bank account and turned that $200 into this amazing charity that assists individuals and families around the world and at home in the USA.

Sudan: Humanitarian Situation Worsens

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