UNICEF Sudan Humanitarian Situation Report Q3

July-September 2021

 mother holding her daughter.
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Highlights

  • The blockage of Port Sudan has deteriorated the already fragile economy resulting into shortages of fuel, wheat and medicines.
  • Outbreaks of several waterborne diseases incl. HEV E, Dengue Fever, Malaria, have affected the most vulnerable of population living in flood affected areas. UNICEF allocated US $60,000 to implement Vector Control Activities and campaigns promoting hygiene practices, including eradication of open defecation, in 8 affected localities.
  • UNICEF provided 2,402,356 conflict, flood, and epidemic affected people (around 1,221,000 females and 1,250,000 children) with access to lifesaving basic water services in 15 states of Sudan despite the funding gap of $138.5million.
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