Children In Sudan Need Help Now

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UNICEF Spokesperson James Elder traveled to Darfur to see firsthand how UNICEF is responding to the urgent needs of children caught in a violent conflict. “Today, another war, another humanitarian crisis, is scarring the people of Darfur.”

KHARTOUM FEBRUARY 14: Since the start of Sudan’s brutal civil war in April 2023, millions have fled their homes and are currently displaced either inside Sudan or in neighboring countries. UNICEF Spokesperson James Elder traveled to Darfur in western Sudan to see firsthand how UNICEF is responding to the urgent needs of children caught in a violent conflict.

– “Twenty years ago, a brutal massacre devastated this region,” he said. “Today, another war, another humanitarian crisis, is scarring the people of Darfur.”

Children and families in Darfur “deserve nothing less than the dignity of having a safe place to sleep, food to eat, medicine for the sick, and to realize a good, decent life,” said Elder. As catastrophic hunger looms over 3.5 million children, “We’re sounding the alarm, as we’ve done for months, because there is a chance to do something.”

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