UNICEF has prepositioned emergency supplies such as tents, water purification tablets, water containers and hygiene kits for immediate distribution to affected families.
It is critical donors and member states continue to monitor the peace agreement, security sector reform and ensure constitutional legislation is pushed through before elections.
The Commission has documented violations, such as the illegal use of explosive weapons, indiscriminate attacks, violations of personal integrity, including executions, torture and ill-treatment.
UNHCR is working with the government and partners to scale up response, but efforts to provide lifesaving support to refugees and displaced Sudanese face immense strain because of acute underfunding.
The war in Ukraine has had devastating impact on women and girls worldwide, widening gender gaps, and increasing rates of food insecurity, malnutrition and energy poverty.
The death toll from COVID-19 is four times higher in lower-income countries, where less than half of the population have had their full initial round of vaccinations.
Governments, philanthropies, and private donors have pledged approximately US$577 million – with at least 60 per cent of that amount committed to directly supporting UNICEF’s work.
Although more than $30 million is still needed for phase two, “I believe with the momentum we have seen today, that will be a target we can reach in a timely fashion”, the Humanitarian Coordinator said.
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