UAE Saves Thousands of Sudanese Refugee Children in Chad from Worst Humanitarian Crisis 

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is saving thousands of Sudanese refugee children in Chad

The charitable organization “Médecins Sans Frontières” (Doctors Without Borders) has called on the international community to prevent a “catastrophic” humanitarian disaster in Chad. The influx of refugees from neighboring Sudan exceeds the capacity of relief organizations to handle the situation, with children suffering from malnutrition, as reported by Voice of America.

International reports confirm that the UAE has succeeded in providing assistance to Sudanese refugees in Chad, being one of the first countries to offer aid. This move had a significant impact on the refugees and saved tens of thousands of children.

Humanitarian Crisis

The American network reports that Sudanese refugees in Chad face death due to the spread of famine among them, in addition to the unavailability of necessary medicines and medical supplies for those with chronic illnesses.

It further explained that Chad, as a country, is already facing major economic and humanitarian crises, with a severe shortage of food and basic goods and significant civil unrest.

Relief organizations have issued international appeals for the urgent rescue of hundreds of thousands of Sudanese refugees in Chad.

Humanitarian Action

While the international magazine “The National” confirmed that a UAE humanitarian team has delivered more vital food supplies to Sudanese refugees and villagers in Chad.

It stated that the UAE delegation in the city of Amdjarass, consisting of the UAE Red Crescent Authority, the Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, and the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation for Humanitarian Works, distributed additional parcels to serve the local communities in the village of Hirakaya and its surrounding areas. The UAE official news agency (WAM) reported on Sunday that this is part of an ongoing relief mission.

The United Arab Emirates has also provided support to the Sudanese people affected by the ongoing conflict in their homeland, which has intensified since last April. Large numbers of refugees have sought refuge in neighboring Chad in recent months.

Mohammed Al Ali, representative of the Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, stated that the UAE is committed to addressing the humanitarian consequences of the conflict in Sudan.

Last month, the United Arab Emirates sent an aircraft carrying 13 tons of vital food supplies to Chad as part of its efforts to improve living conditions for the Sudanese people and the vulnerable segments of society in Chad.

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