Khartoum, February 13(Darfur24)The Food and Agriculture Organization FAO revealed on Monday  rise in sorghum  prices during the month of January in some markets in Sudan. According to a statement of the Office of Humanitarian Affairs,OCHA, the prices of   sorghum  , locally planted  this  season, in January 2023, began risingContinue Reading

  Khartoum, May30 (Darfur24) The UN hummantrian Coordinator in Sudan Khaliata Lo Ndrage has announced a grand of US $ 20million from the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) for Sudan.. “This grand Will allow the procurement and distribution of seeds, provide critical nutrition and WASH services and support cropContinue Reading

  KHARTOUM, Jan. 8(Darfur24) -The United Nations (UN) on Saturday announced the launch of a UN-facilitated intra-Sudanese political process to end the political crisis in the country.   Volker Perthes, head of UN Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS), in consultation with Sudanese and international partners, is formally launchingContinue Reading

July 9, 2021- (Nyala) The United Nations Security Council tackled a bitter regional dispute on Thursday over a massive dam built by Ethiopia on the main tributary of the Nile River.   The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is the source of an almost decade-long diplomatic standoff between Ethiopia andContinue Reading

  July 7, 2021 -The United Nations called on Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt on Tuesday to recommit to talks on the operation of a giant hydropower dam, urging them to avoid any unilateral action, a day after Ethiopia began filling the dam’s reservoir.   The U.N. Security Council will likelyContinue Reading

  The latest assessment projects conducted by the International Patent Classification  (IPC) indicate that nearly 10 million people – more than 21 percent of Sudan’s total population – are acutely food insecure and need urgent humanitarian assistance during the period from June to September 2021. According to a report byContinue Reading

The United Nations has  revealed that it  distributed  humanitarian aid to about 2,500 students for the first time in the areas controlled by the popular movement led by Abdel Aziz Al-Hilu. According to the World Food  programme For the first time in ten years, United Nations humanitarian agencies have been able to access conflict-affectedContinue Reading