War and conflict in Sudan has now displaced more than 5 million.
According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), “needs in Sudan are at an all-time high, with 24.7 million people – or half of the country’s population – in need of humanitarian aid and protection.” The ongoing conflict has severely impacted access to food, water, cash, fuel, health care and other basic services.
The Sudan-Norway Academic Cooperation (SNAC) project’s Sudan blog published by the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI) sheds light on various aspects of the conflict and the growing humanitarian emergency.
Recent blogs in the series include:
By Munzoul Assal (Professor, University of Khartoum and Scholar at risk, CMI). July 2023.
The Sudan blog is a product of the SNAC project, a collaboration between CMI, the University of Bergen and the University of Khartoum. SNAC builds on 60 years of close cooperation and partnership between scholars and research institutions in Sudan and in Bergen, Norway.