United Nations: Sudan is facing one of the worst humanitarian disasters in modern history United Nations: Sudan is facing one of the worst humanitarian disasters in modern history

United Nations: Sudan is facing one of the worst humanitarian disasters in modern history

United Nations: Sudan is facing one of the worst humanitarian disasters in modern history

A United Nations official warned Wednesday that Sudan, where the specter of famine looms after nearly a year of war, is facing “one of the worst humanitarian disasters in recent memory,” denouncing the inaction of the international community.

A United Nations official warned on Wednesday evening that Sudan is facing “one of the worst humanitarian disasters in recent memory,” denouncing the inaction of the international community.

Edem and Surno, on behalf of the United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator, Martin Griffiths, said before the Security Council, “In all respects, the scale of humanitarian needs, the number of displaced people and those threatened by hunger, Sudan is witnessing one of the worst humanitarian disasters in recent memory.”

She denounced, saying, "A human mockery is taking place in Sudan, behind a curtain of international neglect and inaction. Simply put, we are failing the Sudanese people," speaking of the "despair" that the population is experiencing.

“If we want to prevent Sudan from witnessing the worst food crisis in the world, coordinating efforts is urgent and necessary,” World Food Program Deputy Director Carl Skau said on Wednesday, warning of the Sudanese sliding into famine with the onset of the lean season in May. May.

Since mid-April 2023, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces have been waging a war that has left about 13,900 dead and more than 8 million displaced and refugees, according to the United Nations, while Arab and African mediation efforts have not been able to end this war.

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  1. That's really sad

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    As climate change continues to worsen, price inflation will reduce the diversity of healthy food for people around the world, or simply become insufficient in nutrients.

    The German study shows that global warming could lead to an increase in food price inflation by between 0.9 and 3.2% annually by 2035.

    Africa will be the most affected, despite its small contribution to the causes of climate change.

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  3. warning of the Sudanese sliding into famine with the onset of the lean season in May

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