Sudan Emergency, at least 270 people have been killed and 2600 have been injured since the clashes erupted between Sudan’s Army and the paramilitary rapid support forces (RSF). While the safety of our staff is paramount, we are keeping a close eye on the situation on the ground.
As violence intensifies, half of the hospitals in Sudan are out of action.
Muslim Aids country office has been closed due to the ongoing violence with staff requested to prioritise their safety and to stay indoors.
We are keeping a close eye on the unfolding situation and will keep our donors updated.
When an emergency strikes Muslim Aid aims to be on the ground as soon as possible, helping those caught up in disasters and conflicts.
Could provide a supply of food to a family in emergency
Could go towards our global emergency fund
Could provide clean drinking water to a family in an emergency
Could provide safe and secure shelter during emergency
Could provide life saving medicine and healthcare facilities during emergency