The government of Sudan has inflicted a serious assault on its own people and used the period to gain advantages. The military command and head of State , General Bashir vowed to eradicate rebels from the region by the end of autumn . unfortunately civilians have sustained most of this a assaults click here
Aerial bombing intensified, villages burnt down and shamelessly vulnerable people killed or squeezed to poor deprived areas. access to food, water, medical support increasingly shorten.
The humanitarian aid organizations are finding it very challenging to provide help because of poor security.
The government failed lately to observe a period of truth to vaccinate children at the conflict zone. Report confirmed the tragic humanitarian situation of the civilians.
All your voices matter please read this message and assimilates it. Watch atrocities in pictures @ the YouTube link below and the last summary from George Clooney, Satellite Sentinel Project which reported latest military actions in the areas and consequences damages.
"Last month, our satellites detected the first signs of this Sudanese government offensive. Now, with these latest shots, we have proof of its destructive impact. We're going to keep watching and reporting to keep the spotlight on as bombs drop from the sky and villages burn once again."
Air strikes and ground clashes pose a direct detriment to civilian livelihoods, particularly in the critical harvest season, when many take to the open fields to reap crops. The eruption of conflict may have also closed the window for humanitarian aid, including the long-awaited polio vaccination campaign in rebel-held areas.
The build-up of aerial assets across Sudan, particularly in El Obeid, Dilling and the surrounding towns, is alarming and efforts to put a halt to the conflicts erupting across Sudan must be addressed.
John Prendergast, Co-Founder of the Satellite Sentinel Project and the Enough Project said:
"We sounded the alarm and issued an urgent human security warning last month. Now our satellites have caught Sudanese forces massing, deploying, and engaging in active clashes on the ground. Erratic efforts to address conflict inflaming Sudan’s periphery have failed. We need a more comprehensive approach to ending Sudan’s wars."
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