The United Nations has announced that the Sudan Humanitarian Fund has received $ 44 million from donors in 2018 to spend on humanitarian activities.
A report by the UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said today that the Fund and partners this year targeted Jebel Marra, Blue Nile, South Kordofan and Kassala areas for their important humanitarian needs.
According to UN estimates, the Fund has given over $ 1 billion (from donor countries) to international organizations, national organizations, United Nations agencies, funds and programs to enable them to implement life-saving projects in Sudan in recent years.
According to the report, the Sudan Fund is responding to unforeseen emergencies through its reserve allocations and giving priority to the country's humanitarian needs.
There are 21 United Nations humanitarian organizations operating in the Sudan.
WFP has been operating in Sudan since 1963, along with 104 other foreign organizations, most of whose activities are concentrated in conflict zones. The Sudan Humanitarian Fund is run by the United Nations, to spend donor contributions for humanitarian activities in the country.