- More than four hundred civilians have now been killed and thousands more injured since conflict began on 15th April.
Affected families face severe food, water, fuel and medicine shortages, and have limited access to communications and electricity.
Tens of thousands of families have been forced to flee their homes and seek refuge in the neighbouring countries of Chad, Egypt and the Central African Republic. There have also been been mass migrations from the capital Khartoum, to nearby smaller towns.
At least 5 humanitarian workers are among the dead and humanitarian aid offices have been attacked and looted.
The price of food and other essential items has already tripled, and prices continue to rise. Many families do not know where their next meal is coming from.
The UN estimates some 3.7 million people were already internally displaced across the country, and one third of the population, 15.8 million people need humanitarian aid.
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