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24 Jan 2014 description
report Radio Dabanga

Sudan's federal Ministry of Health has acknowledged that air pollution, environmental degradation, and the spread of kala-azar in several states are the causes of the high mortality rate during a meeting on Wednesday.

“Sudan and Somalia are among the leading nations when it comes to the amount of deaths due to a bad environmental health, air pollution and significant complications in the contamination of drinking water”, the Ministry stated.

05 Nov 2012 description
report Radio Dabanga

Dr. Ali El-Haj Mohammed, assistant secretary general of the Popular Congress Party, stated in an interview with Radio Dabanga on Saturday November 3, that all signs and evidence point to a connection between the hemorrhagic fever that is spreading in South and Central Darfur, and the remnants of the continuous aerial bombardments of the past two months in several areas of East Jebel Marra. The fever infected hundreds of people and livestock, leading to cases of poisoning and death.