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Al-Geneina, West Darfur: Humanitarian aid is being rolled back but the needs remain

Dr Hashim Jama Omer Osman is a Sudanese medical doctor who has worked for MSF since 2013. He spent four years with other INGOs before joining MSF. He has worked across Sudan as well as at MSF projects in Jordan, Nigeria, Somalia and Ethiopia. He is currently MSF’s project medical referent in Al-Geneina.


Sudan: Urgent measles vaccination and treatment campaign in South Darfur

MSF aims to vaccinate 95% of children between nine months and 15 years old and to provide them with vitamin A supplements as part of its malnutrition prevention and treatment plan.


Sudan: International Breastfeeding Week

Our teams explained how beneficial breast feeding is, for both baby and mother, and encouraged mothers to exclusively breastfeed their babies for the first six months.


Hepatitis E cases in Sudan’s Tigray refugee camps highlights shortcomings of international humanitarian response

Hepatitis E is a contagious virus that causes liver disease. It noticeably yellows the eyes and skin, causes fatigue and dark urine, and can lead to acute liver failure and death.


Sudan: Families surviving on mangoes after fleeing violence in Jebel Marra, Darfur

20 June 2021 –Thousands of people have been displaced without food, water or basic sanitation following clashes in Jebel Marra, South Darfur State.


Sudan: Lack of preparation for rainy season forces stark choices on refugees from Tigray

“I live in a tent that I reinforced myself,” says Dagnew, a 40-year-old man from the northern Ethiopian region of Tigray, now staying in Al-Tanideba refugee camp in Sudan. “My neighbours came running to me because their tents were destroyed. We slept 20 people in my tent last night. We have to help each other.”


Sudan: MSF uses camels and donkeys to reach remote mountain villages in Darfur

“The situation here was very difficult: the community in Dilli village had no access to healthcare for several years” says Mohamed Abdallah Juma, a community leader from Dilli, located in the mountainous Jebel Marra area of Sudan’s Darfur region.