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Crisis in Sudan
Ongoing violence continues in many parts of Sudan following the intense fighting that broke out on April 15. Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams in Sudan have been responding to the crisis since its first moments and are working around the clock to rapidly scale up our operations. MSF-supported hospitals are providing emergency trauma care to people wounded in the violence and vital continuity of care to patients cut off from essential medical services. Our hospital in El Fasher, North Darfur, has received a particularly large number of wounded patients. MSF teams continue to run projects in parts of West Darfur, Central Darfur, Al-Gedaref state and Blue Nile state. In Wad Madani, we have started running mobile clinics as well as distributing essential relief items to people who are displaced. Our teams are also beginning support at Kamlin hospital, where patients affected by violence in Khartoum will be referred.
Türkiye - Syria Earthquakes
After the initial earthquakes that struck south Türkiye and northwest Syria, the region has registered hundreds of aftershocks, adding to the death toll, material damage and trauma of the survivors. In Syria, MSF has scaled its efforts deploying mobile clinics, distributing relief items, implementing water and sanitation and logistics activities, and offering psychological first aid and mental health support. In addition, MSF will support the rehabilitation of some of the affected health facilities. In Türkiye, MSF is supporting various local NGOs to provide humanitarian relief to people affected by the earthquakes, including psychosocial interventions, water and sanitation improvements and relief items distributions and donations, as the humanitarian emergency evolves.