New Report: Blue Nile State Profile

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Blue Nile State

A new status report on the situation in the Blue Nile region by OCHA was released today. Internal displacement, food insecurity and natural disasters are the key drivers of humanitarian needs. SORD in cooperation with a number of other civil society organisations, is organising humanitarian assistance for the people affected by the clashes.

KHARTOUM AUGUST 5: A new status report on the situation in the Blue Nile region by OCHA was released today. Internal displacement, food insecurity and natural disasters are the key drivers of humanitarian needs in the region, all of which are compounded by the economic crisis and inadequate basic services such as water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), health, and education.

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There are some 442,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs), vulnerable residents, refugees and asylum seekers in Blue Nile State who need humanitarian assistance. Aid organisations report a deteriorating humanitarian situation, particularly in nongovernment-controlled areas. Conflict in the region has impacted both livelihoods and the availability of basic services such as education and health care

SORD in cooperation with a number of other civil society organisations, is organising humanitarian assistance for the thousands of people affected by the recent clashes in Blue Nile state. People who sought refuge in neighbouring Sennar are still urgently in need of aid.

SORD is a membership based, Sudanese Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to human rights and gender equality in Sudan.

On Wednesday, a second batch of relief items that included medical equipment, clothing, and personal hygiene aids were delivered to the Youth Training Centre in El Roseires, near the Blue Nile state capital of Ed Damazin.

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