Sudan: Floods - Jul 2014
In Sudan, heavy rains from July to September 2014 led to flash flooding, which affected more than 266,000 people in 13 states (OCHA, 9 Sep 2014). According to the Ministry of Health of Sudan (MoH), 39 people were killed and 204 injured. Widespread destruction was caused to people’s homes, crops and public infrastructure. The flood-affected population’s access to water supply and sanitation services were also disrupted. (IFRC, 3 April 2015)
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- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 1 - 7 October 2014
- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 14 - 20 January 2015
- Flood Waters Over Khartoum State, Sudan (as of 8 August 2014)
- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 17 December 2014 - 6 January 2015
- Global Emergency Overview Snapshot, 12 - 18 November 2014
*120,401 South Sudanese have arrived to Sudan since 15th December 2013.
*this figure currently does not include a number of newly arrived South Sudanese known to be living with host communities. These statistics will be determined following individual registration in host communities.
91% Average percentage of female heads of household in sites in White Nile State (Al Alagaya, Jouri, Al Kashafa and El Redis).
71% Percentage of children living in sites in White Nile State.
A total of 6.9 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance in Sudan. Since the beginning of 2014, fighting between Government security forces and armed movements have led to the internal displacement of an estimated over 400,000 people in Darfur. Ongoing conflict in South Sudan has led to almost 100,000 people crossing the border into Sudan. Heavy rains and floodings that began in late July 2014 have affected some 277,085 people.
Heavy rains and associated flooding affect more than 277,000 people across Sudan
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) signs agreement with the Government of Sudan (GoS) to resume operations in Sudan following a nine-month suspension
The U.S Government (USG) provides more than $287 million in FY 2014 to support humanitarian efforts across Sudan