Latest Sudan News

Manchester Museum’s landmark ‘Golden Mummies of Egypt’ exhibition to open in Shenzhen
Sudan: new data reveals sharp deterioration in food crisis, with nearly 12 million hungry people
UNHCR: Global refugee resettlement needs will rise steeply next year
‘Women in Conflicts’: Brussels declaration on actions towards empowering women
FAO Desert Locust campaign: East Africa upsurge supressed, Kenya free from Desert Locust
Deaths of two children signals looming hunger crisis over Sudan
Queen’s Birthday Awards for two Victoria University social justice advocates
UNHCR data visualization on Mediterranean crossings charts rising death toll and tragedy at sea
Multicultural Photographers Showcased In Exhibition
WHO publishes new guideline with region-specific treatment recommendations
On Mission for Peace in South Sudan
800% increase in UN appeal needs for extreme weather-related emergencies in 20 years
FAO scales up response to soaring acute food insecurity exacerbated by potential impacts of war in Ukraine
UNITAR Joins Global Alliance for Social Entrepreneurship
Pandemic creates new billionaire every 30 hours — now million people could fall into extreme poverty
UN Security Council meeting: Agriculture is key to lasting peace and security, FAO says
Time to transform agrifood systems in response to multiple shocks and worsening food security
Welcoming New Board Member: Professor Sarah Anyang Agbor
UNHCR and TikTok launch campaign in solidarity with refugees from Ukraine and beyond
Global Report on Food Crises: acute food insecurity hits new highs
UNHCR and partners seek urgent funds to help thousands of refugees fleeing to Uganda
UNHCR, States vow to step up support for solutions for those displaced by Central African crises
Australia and Vietnam: Strengthening Peacekeeping Cooperation
Climate change and food security should be part of Pacific aid boost
Climate change and food security should be focus of Pacific aid boost
WHO congratulates Sudan on adopting “High burden to high impact” approach
Spiraling costs, surging conflict, and soaring climate disasters create desperate future for millions of refugees across Eastern
WHO records 100th attack on health care in Ukraine
AFP Commissioner Opening Statement
UNHCR News Comment: Australian Budget Allocation of Additional Places for Afghans Welcome
UNHCR warns of dire impact from floods in South Sudan as new wet season looms
As many as 28 million people across East Africa at risk of extreme hunger if rains fail again
UNITAR Division for Prosperity fosters entrepreneurs in Iraq
UNHCR and partners seek US$1.2 billion to address Africa’s largest refugee crisis
Murrindindi Shire to officially become Refugee Welcome Zone
AFP lays first exit trafficking charge in Victoria
UNHCR seeks US$205 million to deliver life-saving assistance to over 1.6 million people affected by northern Ethiopia conflict
Hundreds of killings among grave violations and abuses committed against civilians in Tambura County
New study identifies African ‘hotspot’ for highly infectious diseases
Broad Overview of 36th FAO Regional Conference for Near East and North Africa
Young South Sudanese women inspired to bring prosperity to country
UN human rights expert Adama Dieng to visit Sudan on 20 February
UN Human Rights Experts warn of increased political violence and polarisation in South Sudan,
Operation Meld, South Australia
Families benefit from veterans study pathway
Sudan’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review – REVISION
UN Human Rights Experts to visit South Sudan
UNHCR, partners rush to aid thousands of refugees in Benishangul Gumuz region of Ethiopia