UNICEF Sudan Annual Results Report 2022

Delivering results for children in Sudan

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UNICEF Sudan/2022/Zehbrauskas


In 2022, Sudan experienced substantial socioeconomic, political, and security fallout following the coup in October 2021. These compounding problems have made the situation for Sudan’s most vulnerable even more precarious, in particular for children.

UNICEF Sudan would like to extend its heartfelt appreciation to all its partners who continued to support us or even scaled-up their support during 2022.

A snap shot of the 2022 results

  • Over 18 million bed nets distributed.
  • 5 million girls and boys accessed quality learning.
  • Over 3 million people gained access to basic domestic water supply.
  • Over 2 million people reached with hygiene promotion activities.
  • Over a million measles vaccinations administered.
  • 400,000 children reached with school supplies.
  • 322,000 severely acutely malnourished children treated.
  • Over 200,000 people reached with child protection messages and dialogues.
  • 52,000 pregnant women and lactating mothers reached with integrated social protection services, benefiting over 300,000 people.
  • Over 1,300 communities abandoned female genital mutilation.
  • 510 communities stopped open defecation.
  • 70 per cent of identified vaccine refusers accepted vaccinations.
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