Sudan floods emergency appeal - UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency
Thousands of women, children and men lost their homes and need urgent help.
Heavy rains have caused flash floods and rivers to burst their banks in Sudan, leaving thousands of people, including refugee and internally displaced families, in desperate need of humanitarian support.
The UN estimates that at least 800,000 people have been affected with over 100 people killed. Extensive assessments by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, have revealed that around 125,000 refugees and internally displaced people are among those affected.
Thousands of families urgently need shelter as many homes and community buildings have been badly damaged or destroyed. The hygiene situation is deplorable due to flooded latrines and contaminated water supplies. Distressingly, in the aftermath of the floods, health facilities have been affected, which now threatens the ability to treat patients and respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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