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Sudan Humanitarian Aid

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Sudan Humanitarian Aid

Few of you might have been enlightened through the news recently about the most recent calamity in our country Sudan. The enraging war between the two-armed forces of the Sudan National Army led by General Al Burhan and the Rapid Support Forces led by General Hamdan Dagalo (Hemeti). The toll of this war has reaped the lives of many innocents and peaceful people across the country, and the citizens of Sudan have found themselves in the middle of conflict swamp in a wink of an eye and overnight without necessary alert for the enormous treacherous threat.

Now speaking more precisely about what really matters and what can be done. The Sudan Doctors Syndicate has estimated the number of hospitals in Sudan that has gone completely out of service with total of over 39 hospitals, most of these are within the areas of conflict in the capital Khartoum and other major cities in northern, eastern and western states equally. The disastrous shortage of medical supplies needed for urgent treatment and intervention, lack of medical staff and personnel due to unsecured safe pathways, targeting civilian hospitals with projectiles and heavy gun machines has all escalated the already burdened health situation in Sudan nationally.

Local medical teams, the Sudanese red crescent, the international committee of red cross all are working currently with the scarce available resources and limited access to provide urgent medical treatment and a severe adverse environment. The main Khartoum airport is not open for international flights yet as it is considered as a hot area of conflict between the opposing forces, however, numerous bodies and entities are working diligently to alleviate the gloomy situation in Sudan.

As a member of Sudanese Doctors union of Ireland (SDUI), a dedicated body that is always catering for the prosperity of health situation in Sudan, and on behalf of considerable number of Sudanese expats in Ireland, and above all as human we collectively address you heartedly with a wounded spirit to kindly share and support our efforts in providing urgent medical supplies and alleviating the side effects of this major disaster over civilians in Sudan. The SDUI accepts all physical and financial donations across the country of Ireland, in a sincere endeavour to cooperate with concerned parties and communities to deliver the much-needed supplies and basic resources as soon as possible to encounter the current crisis.

For further assistance, information or further updates please do not hesitate to get in touch with us anytime, we would kindly appreciate any sort of help, regardless of its amount or its envisioned impact, because at this situation any little would make a huge impact to save lives


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