Heavy rain and strong winds on Sunday have caused varying injuries among residents and destroyed 120 houses at Nabota area in the locality of Al-Tadamon, South Kordofan State.
The UN Refugee Agency released its annual Global Trends study on Tuesday, a report that finds 68.5 million people had been driven from their homes across the world at the end of 2017, primarily bec
To boost agricultural production and productivity in Sudan, the Bank approved the US $42 million in concessional grants from the African Development Fund to support the National Agriculture Investm
In recent years, the Republic of South Sudan, the world’s youngest nation, has often been in the headlines due to the protracted armed conflict which has engulfed the country since December 2013.
El Mazmum — A woman died from electrocution and two others were injured at a water station in Sudan's Sennar state on Sunday as thirsty residents scrambled for drinking water.
Heavy rain killed at least two people in Nyal, a county in Southern Unity state, while hundreds have also been left homeless.
More civilians in South Sudan are without food in more places than ever before in the country’s history, an international aid agency warned, saying an upsurge in fighting, lack of access and attack
To boost agricultural production and productivity in Sudan, the Bank approved USD 42 million in concessional grants from the African Development Fund to support the National Agriculture Investment
By February, once seen as a time of plenty, Nyabolli Chok had run out of food for her three children in their village here in South Sudan. She knew they had to leave.
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