+++In Sudan, fighting between the army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has left hundreds dead and thousands injured. Residents from the capital Khartoum report continued gunfire, aerial and artillery attacks, and explosions. Food and water supplies are difficult, as many markets are closed. There is hardly any electricity. Many are fleeing the capital and seeking shelter in other regions of the country. Since the airport in Khartoum, among other places, has come under fire, the activities of aid organizations are currently limited or partially suspended. will continue our work in Sudan as soon as the security situation allows.+++ Armed conflicts and social tensions between government, rebels and ethnic groups strain life in Sudan. The longstanding conflict in Darfur alone displaced millions of people from their home regions. 14.3 million people depend on humanitarian assistance. Countless South Sudanese are also seeking refuge in Sudan due to the persistent civil war. In the throes of this instability, the state lacks the resources to provide sufficient elementary services such as education, healthcare, water supply and sanitation facilities. In addition, recurring droughts in the country’s east make it more difficult to supply the population with food and water.