UNICEF Sudan Humanitarian Situation Report: November 2023

Situation Report 13: 1 - 30 November 2023

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UNICEF/UNI476505/Ahmed Elfatih Mohamdeen

Highlights

  • Sudan remains largest child displacement crisis in the world, with over 3 million children fleeing the war.
  • Over 3,130 allegations of severe child rights violations have been reported, with Darfur bearing at least half of the cases.
  • Despite challenges, UNICEF and partners reached 6.1 million people with health supplies, 5.8 million people with safe drinking water, 5.2 million children with malnutrition screening – of whom almost 295,300 received life-saving treatment, 752,900 people with psychosocial counselling, learning, and protection support, and 300,000 people with cash, information and services to preserve health and resilience.
  • UNICEF appeals for US$840 million in 2024 to sustain and scale lifesaving and resilience services for 8 million of the most vulnerable children of Sudan. Let us redouble advocacy and actions to stand in solidarity with the children of Sudan.

 

SITUATION IN NUMBERS

13,600,000

Children in need of humanitarian assistance.

24,700,000

People in need of humanitarian assistance.

9,400,000

Children targeted by UNICEF response in Sudan.

3,000,000

Children displaced internally and across borders. 

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UNICEF Sudan
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