Source: Doctors Without Borders –
About MSF in Sudan
MSF has worked in Sudan since 1979. We currently work in nine states in Sudan, including Khartoum city and state, and White Nile, Blue Nile, River Nile, Al Gedaref, West Darfur, North Darfur, Central Darfur, and South Darfur states.
MSF teams in Sudan are treating people injured in the fighting, including blast injuries and gunshot wounds, as well as treating communicable and non-communicable diseases, providing maternal and pediatric care, running mobile clinics at displacement sites and hospitals in refugee camps, providing water and sanitation support, and supporting health care facilities through donations. MSF is also continuing the majority of its activities that were in place before the start of the conflict.
MSF Sudan’s emergency response operates with a budget of $82 million for 2023, with a team of 1,145 Sudanese staff and 57 international staff based in Sudan. MSF is also paying incentives to 1,358 Ministry of Health staff, as well as providing training and logistical support.
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