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    Sudan: Thousands Flee as Violence Persists Despite Ceasefire, Urgent Aid Needed Now.

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    Khartoum, Sudan – (African Boulevard News) – Despite the ceasefire agreement between the Sudanese transitional government and rebel factions, thousands of people continue to flee from the ongoing violence in Sudan. Several tens of thousands of people have already crossed the borders, notably from Chad in the west and Egypt in the north. In total, 270,000 people could flee to Chad and South Sudan, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).

    The peace deal was signed in October 2020, with the hope of ending the long-standing conflict in Sudan, which has been ongoing for over two decades. However, the deal has not been able to bring about lasting peace, as violence still persists in several parts of the country. This has led to the displacement of thousands of people, who are now seeking shelter and protection in neighboring countries.

    The UNHCR and its partners are working round the clock to provide assistance and protection to the refugees, who are mostly women and children. They are providing services such as food, shelter, water, and healthcare to those in need. The situation is dire, and more resources are urgently needed to support the displaced communities.

    According to UNHCR’s spokesperson, Boris Cheshirkov, “The humanitarian situation is worsening by the day, with more and more people fleeing from the violence. The UNHCR is doing all it can to provide assistance, but we need more resources to support those in need.”

    The conflict in Sudan has been fueled by various factors, including ethnic tensions, political disagreements, and territorial disputes. The situation has been exacerbated by the effects of climate change, which have led to food shortages and water scarcity in many parts of the country.

    As the violence persists, the future remains uncertain for the thousands of people who have been forced to flee their homes. They are in need of urgent assistance and protection, and the international community must come together to support them. The UNHCR and its partners are doing all they can, but more needs to be done to ensure that those affected by the conflict can live in safety and dignity.

    In conclusion, the situation in Sudan remains critical, with thousands of people fleeing from the ongoing violence. The UNHCR and its partners are working tirelessly to provide assistance, but more resources are needed to support those in need. It is imperative that the international community comes together to provide assistance and support to those affected by the conflict in Sudan.

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