Sudan, the latest country to be affected by mass flooding from the Nile River has faced destruction across the entire country.
Almost 100 people have died from the floods many severely injured. To make matters worse, over 100,000 homes were damaged or destroyed resulting in as many as half a million people being affected.
The heavy rainfalls are part of the expected rainy season which occurs between August to October meaning that another month of rain can threaten the entire population.
Authorities have described it as the worst flood in a century adding to the ever worsening COVID-19 situation where the country has a confirmed 13,000 cases and over 830 deaths.
Human Appeal’s field office in Sudan is providing critical support to emergency services as well as distributing much needed aid to those affected.