OCHA / SUDAN FLOODS

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The UN humanitarian office (OCHA) said Sudan is facing its worst flooding in decades. More than 830,000 people are affected in all of Sudan’s 18 states, and the numbers continue to increase. OCHA

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STORY: OCHA / SUDAN FLOODS
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DATELINE: 12 SEPTEMBER 2020, LAMAB BAHAR ABYAD, KHARTOUM, SUDAN

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12 SEPTEMBER 2020, LAMAB BAHAR ABYAD, KHARTOUM, SUDAN

1. Aerial shots, flooded areas in Khartoum

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The UN humanitarian office (OCHA) said Sudan is facing its worst flooding in decades. More than 830,000 people are affected in all of Sudan’s 18 states, and the numbers continue to increase.

OCHA said humanitarians are working against the clock to save lives. The states most affected by floods are North Darfur, Khartoum, Blue Nile, West Darfur and Sennar, which account for 54 per cent of all people affected.

OCHA added that the UN and its partners provided emergency shelter and essential household items to over 170,000 flood-affected refugees, internally displaced persons (IDPs) and residents across Sudan.
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