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Sudan Appeal

Children caught in the Sudan crisis are still in danger

Children in Sudan urgently need your help

Sudan is facing one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world. Since fighting erupted in April 2023, over 8 million people have been displaced within the country and into neighbouring countries, this is in addition to over 3 million that were already displaced. And a year on, the war seems to be getting worse.

With over 3 million children fleeing widespread violence in search of safety, food, shelter, and health care, home is no longer safe. 

Help us to act fast to protect children. 


Help those affected by the conflict in Sudan

Help us act fast to protect the lives of those that have been devastated.

Please enter a donation of at least £1

How your donation helps

The UN estimates that because of the current conflict over 8 million people have been internally displaced while an additional 1.8 million have fled into neighbouring countries. 

Your donation today will be a lifeline for children who don’t know where their next meal will come from. 

Our local teams within Sudan, as well as in Ethiopia, South Sudan and the Central African Republic, are continuing to help children and families who urgently need support by providing food, water, and shelter. But as this crisis continues, more people will need help to survive and rebuild their lives. 

Right now, you can help rush emergency food, water, child protection, hygiene kits and more to help children caught up in the crisis survive. Your compassion will help provide for the most urgent needs of families who’ve lost everything. 

Your donation could help provide shelter so that children and families seeking refuge have a place to sleep as they arrive hungry and exhausted from long and traumatic journeys. Your love can reach children and families facing terror and uncertainty with the essentials they need to survive. 

Your generosity today can help save lives

Your support is needed now more than ever

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