Appeals & Response Plans
- Sudan: Floods - Jul 2018
- 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
Most read reports
- Eastern Sudan states host over 90,000 refugees: official
- Inter-agency Response Plan for South Sudanese Refugees in Khartoum’s ‘Open Areas’
- Homes, fields laid waste in Sudan’s Sennar as El Dindr river bursts banks
- Malaria rife in Darfur
- Report of the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in the Sudan (A/HRC/39/71) [EN/AR]
After over 20 years of civil war and peace negotiations, South Sudan is faced with many challenges related to its newfound statehood. Large numbers of IDPs and refugees are returning, straining the local government’s capacity to deliver basic services and meet the needs of its population. Since 2004, CHF has demonstrated leadership in promoting economic development in South Sudan. CHF is currently implementing sustainable support to these returnees, providing economic opportunities, infrastructure development, access to water and sanitation, and civic awareness.
I. Executive Summary
As little as $30 can provide safe drinking water to 100 people for a month.
Urgent help is needed for the people of Juba, South Sudan, to prevent a repeat of the 2007 outbreak of cholera. In the first half of 2007 over 3000 people in the capital of South Sudan fell ill with cholera and 74 people died of the lethal waterborne disease after drinking water from the Nile, the source of 80% of their water.
Since that time, CHF International has been chlorinating water at seven key water pumping sites along the Nile, disinfecting 400-500 water trucks a day - enough safe water for …
Emerging from many years of civil war, South Sudan is occupied with the challenging process of rebuilding and experiencing a nascent economic recovery as a result.
Silver Spring, March 5, 2009 - The government of Sudan has revoked the registration of many NGOs working in Sudan.
For the Southern Sudan Radio Distribution Initiative 931 is not an impressive number.
In fact, compared to the 8000+ radios CHF International has distributed in other areas of Warrap State in the space of a week, 931 seems positively paltry.
But there are other numbers that put this distribution in Abyei County into perspective: several days of fighting 3 months previous, at least 50 people killed, and an estimated 50,000 residents who fled.
To assist people displaced or in some way affected by the violence in Sudan , since 2004, CHF International has had a number of projects-mostly in the southern regions and in Darfur.Programs have included initiatives to alleviate gender-based violence and empower women, build livelihoods and generate income, and provide basic emergency relief to refugees and displaced people.
In 2007, CHF projects in Sudan included the Community Livelihoods Improvement Program in Southern Sudan (CLIPSS) and Beyond Relief in a Complex Emergency (BRICE III).The BRICE III program provided sustainable …
In the extreme South of Sudan, along the Ugandan border, lies Kajo Keji County. The county has been ravaged by decades of war in Sudan, in which control of the county changed hands multiple times, and the spillover from a conflict in Northern Uganda between the Lord's Resistance Army rebels and the Kampala government. Much of the population of the county fled to Uganda during the war, with many residing in refugee camps for more than 20 years.
After more than two years of living in refugee camps, Darfur's young people have begun to grow dissatisfied with their limited employment options and the continuous insecurity in the region that prevents them from venturing elsewhere.
In a camp in South Darfur that is home to 90,000 displaced people, U.S.
Through the VIP (Visiting International Professionals) Program, CHF International utilizes the skills of volunteers willing to donate their time and energy to support our programs around the world. As CHF strives to be a catalyst for change, these VIP volunteers embody that effort. In the past year alone VIPs have designed databases for HIV/AIDS programs in Kenya, trained craft entrepreneurs in Georgia and developed tools for cooperative business initiatives in the Philippines.
Trainings Cultivate Youth Livelihood Options
Darfur's displaced youth are a particularly neglected segment of the population. After more than two years of living in camps, young people have begun to grow dissatisfied with their limited employment options and the continuous insecurity in the region that prevents them from venturing elsewhere.
In Kalma camp, South Darfur, home to 90,000 displaced people, USAID partner CHF International has responded to this situation by introducing the concept of community ownership and responsibility to youth.
CHF International has been working throughout North and South Darfur states since September 2004 to address the food security, shelter and livelihoods needs of individuals living in camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs), host communities and conflict-affected villages.
Building upon three successfully completed projects in Darfur, the current Beyond Relief in a Complex Environment (BRICE) project aims to reduce suffering of displaced and conflict-affected people in Darfur by strengthening coping mechanisms, developing transferable skills, and building local capacity to prepare …
Since gaining independence from the United Kingdom in 1956, Sudan has struggled to maintain peace in this ethnically diverse region of Eastern Africa.
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- From Darfur to Santa Fe: A Journey of Empowerment
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Hajja Suaad, 55, is a displaced woman from Tawila, in Darfur, Sudan. Living in a relief camp with her family, Hajja is one of thousands of women who have had to leave their villages due to the ongoing conflict in the region over the past three years. CHF International is working with more than 250,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) to provide them with the services, tools, and skills they need to earn a living and be prepared for their eventual return to their home villages.
By the end of 2005, approximately 2.2 million internally displaced persons (IDPs) were living in dense camps scattered across arid areas of Darfur, Sudan, areas that have already low fuelwood productivity. In addition, inefficient harvesting of fuelwood has increasingly depleted the area's sources of wood and fuel.
Focus on: CHF Agriculture Initiatives in North Darfur State
For the first time in his life, Sabit Buti is able to live peacefully in his home town of Tali in South Sudan. Sabit returned to Tali last year after the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) between the Sudanese government in Khartoum and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A). Sabit is an ex-SPLM/A soldier. He has spent the balance of his life fighting in the wilds of South Sudan, but "now things are different," he says.