The Commissioner of Humanitarian Aid in charge, Mr. Abdullah Khamis Tiyeh, revealed the presence of (68,899) displaced people distributed in the cities of South Kordofan state who fled the ongoing war between the armed forces and the rapid support in Khartoum.
This came on Saturday, (5 August) during the campaign organized by the Humanitarian Partners Initiative, national organizations and community initiatives for the purpose of environmental sanitation, urban promotion and combating negative phenomena, as the campaign began at Kadugli Reference Hospital and Blood Bank.
Abdullah said in a press statement that the state is witnessing an increasing number of displaced people, which led to the deterioration of the humanitarian and environmental situation in the state. He welcomed ideas and experiences that help develop humanitarian work and bridge the gap between the government and community work, appealing to actors, philanthropists and national and international organizations to intervene to complement the deficiencies of work aids and provide meals.
He revealed that a training workshop will be held next Wednesday for (250) individuals in the field of pesticide spraying, water chlorination, and health and environmental promotion
Volunteer / Ahmed Khamis Mabrouk said that the infrastructure of South Kordofan has been greatly affected as a result of the continuation of wars for a long time, explaining that the initiative aims to change the face of the city with cleaning campaigns, indicating that the initiative includes all community bodies without political and tribal affiliations to avoid problems and improve the social fabric and the advancement of South Kordofan.