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09 Aug 2012 description

Executive Summary

The Mid-Year Review of the 2012 Sudan Humanitarian Work Plan (HWP) comes at a time of growing concern for Sudan.

31 May 2012 description

SITUATION OVERVIEW

  • In Darfur, approximately 3.2 million people currently receive food aid. This includes some 1.7 million IDPs registered in camps.

  • In the disputed Abyei Area over 100,000 people remain displaced, mostly in Agok and South Sudan. Approximately 5,000 returns have been observed so far.

  • In South Kordofan and Blue Nile States, an estimated 500,000 people remain internally displaced or severely affected by on-going ghting.

31 Jan 2012 description

OVERVIEW

Almost six months after the secession of South Sudan a number of issues remain unresolved between Sudan and South Sudan, including the sharing of oil revenues, border demarcation, the status of the Abyei region, and the return of people of South Sudanese origin who live in Sudan. Conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile States continued throughout the 4th quarter of 2011, displacing thousands of civilians.

12 Dec 2011 description

RATIONALE

The analysis of the different realities in Sudan (Darfur, Abyei, South Kordofan, and Blue Nile, as well as North-South returns) suggests that significant humanitarian needs will remain in 2012. Although continuous engagement will be required in 2012, the European Commission humanitarian funding support will mainly depend on three elements 1) needs, 2) access and 3)the capacity to implement humanitarian activities in a principled way. The latter elements remain important constraints in Sudan.

27 Oct 2011 description

Fighting in the three Protocol Areas following the secession of South Sudan has resulted in large-scale population displacements. In Darfur, while there have been several outbreaks of localized fighting since the beginning of 2011, an increasing number of returns of refugees and IDPs to more stable areas has been witnessed. Meanwhile, a large-scale movement of people of South Sudanese origin from Sudan to South Sudan continues.

23 Oct 2011 description

Fighting in the three Protocol Areas following the secession of South Sudan has resulted in large-scale population displacements. In Darfur, while there have been several outbreaks of localized fighting since the beginning of 2011, an increasing number of returns of refugees and IDPs to more stable areas has been witnessed. Meanwhile, a large-scale movement of people of South Sudanese origin from Sudan to South Sudan continues.

19 Jul 2011 description

Key Points

• Fighting in several parts of South Kordofan has continued and severe access restrictions for humanitarian actors remain in place.

• Groups of people displaced from South Kordofan and Abyei area reported in Blue Nile. Some cross into Ethiopia.

• Returns from Sudan to South Sudan continue, with at least 5,000 returns from Khartoum and Kosti reported this week.

• Ethiopian peacekeepers start arriving in the Abyei area.

• An estimated 5,500 refugee returnees from Chad have arrived in Tine, North Darfur and need assistance.