United States Provides Over $130 Million in Additional Humanitarian Assistance to Support People Affected by the Crisis in Sudan

Today, the United States, through USAID, announced over $130 million in additional urgently needed humanitarian assistance to help people affected by the ongoing crisis in Sudan. USAID Assistant to the Administrator Sarah Charles announced the funding during a high-level ministerial event on the humanitarian situation in Sudan and the region on the margins of the UN General Assembly.

Since the fighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces and Rapid Support Forces erupted on April 15, widespread, senseless violence has displaced four million people inside Sudan and has forced over one million people to flee to neighboring countries. Approximately 25 million people […]

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