Sudanese Civilians Face Unrelenting Hardships Amid Ongoing Conflict.
Civilian communities in Sudan continue to endure immense suffering as the conflict rages on. In Nyala, the capital of South Darfur state and Sudan’s second-largest city, homes and residential areas have been relentlessly bombed for days, forcing many to flee their houses in search of safety.
The situation worsens during the rainy season, leaving people vulnerable and exposed in displacement camps with little help from organizations. The fear of the fighting reaching them adds to the already dire circumstances they face.
Meanwhile, in the southern part of the capital, Khartoum, residents are dealing with paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) ordering hundreds of people to evacuate their homes. The Jabra neighborhood has been declared a military zone, and civilians are being compelled to leave their residences.
The plight of civilians in Sudan is a poignant reminder of the ongoing hardships faced by ordinary people caught in the crossfire of conflict.