More than 225,000 people were displaced due to the conflict in Sudan


The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said on Monday that the conflict in Sudan has displaced more than 225,000 people in different parts of the country since the beginning of this year.


The UN office’s report stated that “the conflict has displaced 225,685 people since January 2021 in different parts of the country.”

He added that “the conflict included the states of Central, West, North, and South Darfur (west), the states of South and West Kordofan (south), and the Red Sea State (east).

Recently, several regions of the country witnessed tribal conflicts in the states of the East, Darfur (west), and Kordofan (south), which resulted in dozens of dead and wounded.

The establishment of security and stability is one of the most prominent files on the table of the Abdullah Hamdok government.


It is the first government in Sudan since the army leadership dismissed Omar al-Bashir on April 11, 2019, from the presidency (1989-2019) under pressure from popular protests condemning the deteriorating economic conditions.