Japan: $ 9.7 million to Sudan for support important projects

Japan has announced $ 9.7 million in emergency assistance to Sudan through international organizations operating in the country, to contribute to important projects.

In a press release issued yesterday, the Japanese Embassy in Khartoum reported that nearly two million internally displaced persons in Sudan are still in the camps for many years, in addition, Sudan hosts a large number of refugees from neighbors, including South Sudan. These displaced people and refugees often live in poor environments and share resources with their host communities.

Japan continues to respond to the humanitarian needs of internally displaced persons and refugees in order to improve their lives, especially women and children, and Japan is helping to meet the long-term needs of displaced people by providing infrastructure such as water treatment plants, health centers and schools, as well as capacity building and livelihood activities.

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