Appeals & Response Plans
- Sudan: Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD) Outbreak - Jul 2017
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2017
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2016
- Sudan/South Sudan: Measles Outbreak - Mar 2015
- Sudan: Floods - Jul 2014
- Sudan: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Nov 2013
- Sudan: Flash Floods - Aug 2013
- Sudan: Yellow Fever Outbreak - Oct 2012
- Sudan: Floods - Jun 2012
- Sudan: Floods - Aug 2011
Most read (last 30 days)
- Sudan: Humanitarian Bulletin | Issue 05 | 26 February – 18 March 2018 [EN/AR]
- Mukjar Camp to Close as Chadian Refugees Return Home [EN/AR]
- Active USG Programs for the Sudan Response (Last Updated 03/30/18)
- Sudan: Humanitarian Bulletin | Issue 06 | 19 March – 1 April 2018 [EN/AR]
- Government of Japan and UN-Habitat to the rescue of South Sudanese refugees
BY: BARBARA HERWALDT
Principles for Providing Health Assistance
KHARTOUM, March 30 (Reuter) - More than 100,000 Sudanese ordered out of Libya last year as part of a campaign to rid the country of foreign workers have so far returned home, a Sudanese government newspaper said...Saturday.
Al-Ingaz al-Watani daily said more than 100,000 Sudanese had retuurned from Libya but did not say when the other 200,000 Sudanese remaining in Libya without work or residence permits were expected to return.
CWS partners are delivering emergency
relief, assisting in housing construction & economic rehabilitation.
It is the dry season in southern Sudan. Although light rains have been reported along the Ethiopian border and in Bahr el Ghazal and Lakes Provinces, crop cultivation at present is limited to riparian areas with access to irrigation. Generally, both farmers and pastoralists have shifted to dry-season patterns, relying more on grain stores, livestock, fish, wild foods, and, in some locations, food aid. As pasture conditions have deteriorated, following the usual seasonal pattern, the best grazing is in swampy areas along the Nile and other major rivers.
SUDAN - Civil Strife/Displaced Persons Fiscal Year (FY) 1996
Fighting began in 1983 between the Government of Sudan (GOS) and the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) when the southern-based rebels demanded more influence in the government and protested the GOS efforts to "Islamize" the Christian and animist south. In 1991, the SPLA split into factions, and intensified fighting between the SPLA factions erupted in areas of the south.
Adopted by the Security Council at its 3627th meeting, on 31 January 1996
A weekly report on major developments concerning relief operations in southern Sudan.
IN 1994 THE ICRC:
SUDAN - FLOODS
DHA INFORMATION REPORT NO. 1
20 SEPTEMBER 1994
1. FLOODING IS THREATENING LARGE AREAS OF SUDAN AS NILE RIVER REACHES DANGEROUSLY HIGH LEVELS FOLLOWING HEAVY RAINS. ON 13 SEPTEMBER, NILE LEVEL AT KHARTOUM STATION REACHED 16.90 METERS, COMPARED WITH 16.74 METERS ON SAME DATE IN 1988 WHEN TORRENTIAL RAINS/FLOODING KILLED SEVERAL PEOPLE AND DESTROYED THOUSANDS OF
HOMES IN KHARTOUM AND OTHER AREAS.
SUDAN/EGYPT - EARTHQUAKES
DHA-GENEVA INFORMATION REPORT NO. 1
SUDAN - EARTHQUAKE
UNDRO INFORMATION REPORT NO. 1
29 MAY 1990
1. A SERIES OF MAJOR EARTHQUAKES HIT SOUTHERN SUDAN LAST WEEK.
2. ON 19 MAY AN EARTHQUAKE REGISTERING 7.5 ON THE RICHTER SCALE, SHOOK THE REGION ABOUT 1,120 KM SOUTH OF KHARTOUM AND ABOUT 100 KM NORTHEAST OF JUBA, IN MONGOLA AREA. PRELIMINARY HYPOCENTER: LATITUDE 5.4 DEGREES NORTH, LONGITUDE 32.3 DEGREES EAST, ORIGIN TIME 02:22:05.7 UTC, DEPTH NORMAL, MAGNITUDE 7.5 MS.
SUDAN - FLOOD
UNDRO SITUATION REPORT NO. 1
6 AUGUST 1988
1. UNPRECEDENTED HEAVY RAINS HAVE CAUSED FLOODINGS IN KHARTOU AND SURROUNDING AREAS AS WELL AS MANY PARTS OF SUDAN. THOUSANDS OF HOUSES REPORTED DESTROYED. POWER, WATER SUPPLY, TELEPHONE SYSTEMS OUT OF ORDER. KHARTOUM AIRPORT INDEFINETELY CLOSED AND ALL INCOMING/OUTGOING FLIGHTS CANCELLED. CONCERN EXPRESSED OF POSSIBLE OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA, MALARIA AND DYSENTRY. RAINS CONTINUING UNABATED.
2. RELIEF NEEDS INCLUDE MEDICINES, FOOD AND TENTS.
SUDAN - DROUGHT
AFFECTED POPULATION/DISPLACED PERSONS
UNDRO SITUATION REPORT NO. 1
11 MARCH 1988
1. FOLLOWING ALARMING REPORTS ON EMERGENCY SITUATION IN SUDAN, UNDRO DELEGATE VISITED COUNTRY END FEB 88 TO MEET REPRESENTATIVES SUDANESE RELIEF AND REHABILITATION COMMISSION, UN AGENCIES, INTERNATIONAL AND LOCAL NGO'S AND MAIN DONORS.
SUDAN: DROUGHT/INSECURITY/PEST INFESTATION
SITUATION REPORT NO. 1
22 AUGUST 1986