Sudan: Over 500,000 people received humanitarian aid in 2015

10 March 2016
Sudan: Over 500,000 people received humanitarian aid in 2015
Community members fetch water, following a repair of this water point carried out by local technicians working with the ICRC. Nyala, Sudan. CC-BY-NC-ND / ICRC

In 2015, the ICRC continued to help hundreds of thousands of people in need of food, medical, and economic aid in Sudan.

We provided aid in the form of seeds and equipment, access to safe drinking water, medical treatment and supplies, and structural renovations. We also provided thousands of essential household items and emergency aid while working tirelessly to reconnect families separated during conflict.

Highlights of our work in Sudan in 2015

258,400 people benefited from seeds and tools distribution
   109,600 people benefited from access to safe drinking water
   16,000 were admitted for treatment in ICRC-supported hospitals
   2,900 people with disabilities received support from orthopaedic centres
   1,460 metric tons of food, medical and non-food items transported to destinations in Sudan
   Facilitated the handover of 18 released persons detained by armed opposition groups

 

For more information, read the full update on our work in Sudan.

Sudan: Facts and figures 2015