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Tsgay and her daughter Dalina at Hamdayet

For refugees in Hamdayet, Sudan, “everyone is hungry, and everyone is tired”

The current situation in Hamdayet has only created more frustrations, anxiety and fear for refugees fleeing violence in Tigray, Ethiopia and is having a detrimental impact on their health. 


Sudan: “Services for the refugees need to increase, otherwise it will be a disaster”

Hano Yagoub, MSF’s acting emergency coordinator in Gedaref, Sudan, describes the situation in Um Rakuba camp, where 15,000 people are sheltering after fleeing violence in Ethiopia


Healthcare on donkeys, Darfur, Sudan

Nasteh Shukri Mahamud,  is a nurse and MSF medical team leader in Rokero, Central Darfur. He describes what it's like providing healthcare in this isolated and volatile region. 

Trucks loaded with NFI kits

Sudan: Médecins Sans Frontières launches response to assist people impacted by the floods in Khartoum and Sennar States

MSF teams are working closely with local authorities to reach people affected by floods in Khartoum and the State of Sennar


Sudan: MSF urges respect for medical action after violent incursion

Fighting between elements of two different sections of the Sudanese security forces in Central Darfur state led to a violent incursion in an MSF-supported health facility that left  one MSF staff member injured. 


Crisis Update: Fighting COVID-19 in East Africa

Across East Africa , MSF teams are working hard to keep providing essential medical services, taking steps to keep patients and staff safe as well as launching new activities to respond directly to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Sudanese healthcare professionals put on personal protection equipment during a training workshop

Sudan: MSF supports hospitals and isolation sites in response to COVID-19

Following confirmation of the first cases of COVID-19 in Sudan, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has started supporting the Sudanese Ministry of Health (MoH), private facilities and designated COVID-19 health structures.