Sudan Complex Emergency Fact Sheet #1 Fiscal Year (FY) 2014

Report
from US Agency for International Development
Published on 01 Nov 2013

KEY DEVELOPMENTS

· Flooding had affected approximately 500,000 people across 17 states in Sudan and Abyei Area as of September 15, according to the Government of Sudan (GoS) Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC). Humanitarian agencies continue to respond to the urgent needs of flood-affected families across Sudan, despite logistical constraints and GoS access restrictions in some areas.

· Between January and June, conflict in Darfur displaced an estimated 287,000 people within Sudan, while an additional 39,000 Darfuris fled to neighboring countries between January and September, according to the U.N. Conflict in Darfur has displaced thousands of additional individuals since July, although the exact figure is currently unknown.

· The U.S. Government (USG) committed nearly $259.7 million in funding for humanitarian activities in Sudan in FY 2013, including $79.2 million from USAID/OFDA for agriculture and food security, health, nutrition, protection, and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions, as well as humanitarian coordination and information management, logistics support, and the provision of relief commodities. USAID/FFP provided more than $152.9 million for emergency food, nutrition assistance, and vouchers for the local procurement of food supplies, while State/PRM contributed $27.5 million to support protection and multi-sector assistance to refugees and conflict-affected populations.