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Over 1,200 children have died in the past 5 months in conflict-wrecked Sudan, UN says

  • In the past five months, more than 1,200 children under the age of 5 have died in Sudan due to a combination of measles and malnutrition, highlighting the devastating impact of the ongoing conflict.
  • The conflict has not only led to a high number of casualties but has also disrupted the healthcare system, leaving hospitals and medical facilities out of service. The World Health Organization has verified 56 attacks on healthcare facilities and personnel since the start of the conflict.
  • As a result of the conflict, more than 2.5 million people have been displaced and are in need of humanitarian assistance, with an estimated 25 million people requiring assistance by the end of the year. The international community must provide immediate support to prevent further deaths and the spread of outbreaks.
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