Sudan conflictdisplacementfamine risk
The war in Sudan, igniting a year ago, has led to thousands of deaths, displaced 8 million people, and pushed the population to the brink of famine amid a global overlook and aid shortfall.

The conflict between Sudan's military and the Rapid Support Forces has caused vast displacement and severe humanitarian crises, including malnutrition among millions and a dire lack of basic resources. Despite the overshadowing of larger global conflicts, Sudan's situation remains critical, with children severely affected and aid organizations warning of a worsening crisis.