America News Desk!! The United Nations and its allies are helping people in Sudan amid the dire situation. A spokesman for the United Nations gave this information. The humanitarian situation in Sudan remains grave, Farhan Haq, deputy spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, said on Wednesday. The WHO says about a third of health facilities are completely closed due to the war, with some being turned into military bases. Haq said where agencies and partners are helping those in need in the country during the 72-hour ceasefire. As the world body prepares to deal with an influx of refugees from Sudan across the region, including the Central African Republic, Chad, Egypt, Ethiopia. The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) estimates that about 270,000 people may migrate in South Sudan and Chad alone.
In South Sudan, our humanitarian partners are increasing their presence in critical response areas to help the most vulnerable, and working with the UNHCR in Chad, the Deputy Spokesperson said. The UNHCR has appealed to all neighboring countries of Sudan to keep their borders open to people seeking protection, Xinhua news agency reported. The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, Virginia Gamba, and the Special Representative on Violence Against Children, Najat Malla Majeed, issued a joint statement on the conflict. Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Sudan, Volker Perthes, said he urges all parties to stop the fighting. The United Nations and several aid partners fled the capital, Khartoum, before a temporary ceasefire began at midnight on Monday.
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