Vue aérienne des combats et de la violence qui ont éclaté à Khartoum, au Soudan.  Mai, 2023 © MSF/Atsuhiko Ochiai

Sudan

On 15 April 2023, intense fighting broke out between the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in Khartoum. The situation is extremely dire. No one was spared, the destruction was immense and millions of people suffered.

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Thomas Kauffmann, Directeur Général de MSF Luxembourg

Thomas Kauffmann
General Director
MSF Luxembourg

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MSF gère une clinique dans le camp de Zamzam, à environ 15 km au sud-est d'El Fasher, la capitale de l'État, qui accueille plus de 300 000 personnes déplacées. Les équipes de MSF offrent des services d'alimentation thérapeutique ambulatoire. © Mohamed Zakaria

Since war broke out between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and Rapid Support Forces (RSF) on 15 April 2023, millions of people have lived through intense fighting. Looting has been widespread and attacks on individuals, including sexual violence, remain a defining feature of the war. An estimated 8.5 million people have been forcibly displaced, according to the United Nations. Many of them are living in under-resourced, under-served camps in Sudan and neighbouring countries. 

Despite the difficulties, MSF's presence and the medical care we have been able to provide demonstrate that it is possible to carry out humanitarian work in Sudan. However, very often MSF teams are the only humanitarian actors in the areas where we work.

Given the immensity of the needs, MSF is calling for a massive and urgent increase in the humanitarian response.

Carte de la réponse MSF au Soudan
Carte régionale Soudan
 
MSF gère une clinique dans le camp de Zamzam, à environ 15 km au sud-est d'El Fasher, la capitale de l'État, qui accueille plus de 300 000 personnes déplacées. Les équipes de MSF offrent des services d'alimentation thérapeutique ambulatoire. © Mohamed Zakaria
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A year of war in figures

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people displaced since April 2023 (Source: HCR, 24 March, 2024).

attacks on healthcare in Sudan recorded by the WHO.

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of the population has no access to healthcare.

On 28 November 2023, MSF's International president, Dr Christos Christou visited Jenin refugee camp and MSF-supported Khalil Suleiman Hospital. © MSF/Tetiana Gaviuk

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