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“Waking up to my new alarm clock: the sounds of bombardment, though sleep is difficult to come by… it’s no longer day and night, but periods of gunfire and periods of quiet” - Kholood Khair.
 

On the morning of Saturday, 15th of April, violent and rapidly escalating armed warfare erupted in Khartoum and other cities across Sudan. This conflict is between two highly armed groups – the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and a paramilitary group, the Rapid Support Forces (RSF). Both have exploited the country for decades and have now escalated into an armed dispute over the country’s governance.

 By the 22nd of April, just one week after its outbreak, this conflict had claimed over 400 lives, with more than 3,000 people reporting serious injuries over the span of five days. Hospitals were erratically targeted across the tri-state capital, forcing over 70% of them to shut down (16 of which were irreparably damaged). These statistics only account for the first couple of weeks of the war.


Currently, as the war approaches its fourth month, the UN and other international parties have failed to convince the warring sides to open safe passages for emergency supplies. All initiatives calling for dialogue and peace negotiations have also failed. The death toll has risen to thousands, including atrocious massacres committed in the Western region of Darfur.


 The health sector is completely demolished due to the destruction of major hospitals in the capital, and medical supplies are running low throughout the country. Even in areas far from the conflict zone, citizens are struggling to find basic painkillers in local pharmacies. The UN estimates that over 2 million Sudanese people have fled the capital alone, but real figures are believed to be much higher.


Internally, the people of Sudan are struggling as the country’s infrastructure and services have collapsed. Those abroad face severe hardships as they've lost all their savings and belongings due to large-scale embezzlements in the capital and other areas. Refugees fleeing the conflict in Darfur endure horrific conditions at the Chadian-Sudanese borders, deprived of food and shelter.


 Our coalition of UK-based Sudanese societies and universities has united to coordinate an agile aid response. We're focusing on providing critical and lifesaving aid for war-related emergencies in Sudan. All proceeds will go directly to the International Hospital, Alkadaro Clinic, and Jebra Clinic, as well as to initiatives transporting patients with chronic illnesses to other cities like Madani. Additionally, we're supporting families in dire need and helping set up local food banks in the most affected areas. We're also collaborating with NGOs, such as Hadhreen, to provide crucial medicine and baby food supplies for displaced orphans.


 Every penny donated goes towards saving lives. It can prevent another child from becoming an orphan or another person from becoming a widow or widower. Please donate generously, share widely, and keep Sudan and its people in your prayers.


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Ayham Elliathy Alhag Yousif
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