Facts & figures
People living in and around Jebel Marra benefited from seeds and tools distribution that reached over 258,400 individuals.
Through repairs to rural water supply systems, more than 109,600 people can now obtain safe drinking water.
people were admitted for treatment in ICRC-supported hospitals
ICRC donated 7,000 essential household packages that included to tarpaulins, jerry cans, buckets, sleeping mats, clothing, soap, and blankets. This packages benefited over 180,000 people.
With an aim of restoring family links, 113 missing people were located and 2 Sudanese children living in South Sudan were repatriated.
The construction of a 20-bed dormitory in Nyala enabled aid workers to house and treat 989 disabled persons.
To provide the people in the White Nile refugee camps with clean water, ICRC introduced 8 water bladders and financial support that served over 8,000 people per day.
To curb the spread of malaria in Darfuri rural areas, 5,000 mosquito nets were delivered to pregnant women and children.
Starvation remained a concern in Sudan, and with this in mind, food aid was made available to about 31,200 displaced persons.
To enable people with disabilities to earn a livelihood, ICRC helped 50 people to start their own businesses.