The UAE continues its efforts to provide relief to the flood victims in Sudan


The field teams of the Emirates Red Crescent distributed food baskets and shelter materials to Sudanese families affected by torrential rains and floods in the villages of “Galalah” of Kosti city in Al Jabaleen locality, and “Dabakaria Al Bahr” of Al Salam locality in White Nile state, benefiting 3,500 people in the face of the difficult humanitarian conditions that affected they live it.

The aid comes within the framework of the UAE’s ongoing relief and humanitarian efforts on the Sudanese scene, within the relief air bridge that it operated to help the brothers who were affected by the rains and torrents, after they hit a number of states and villages and caused great losses in lives and property.

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The Emirati food aid was transported on board small boats, which is the only way to reach the residents of the stricken Galala village, which was inundated by torrential rains and floods.

The villagers expressed their thanks to the UAE for its fraternal and humanitarian stance towards the Sudanese people, extending a helping hand to them and bearing the trouble and hardship of reaching the affected people in their locations, and supporting them in order to overcome the effects of the humanitarian crisis they are going through.

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In the village of Al-Dabakaria Al-Bahr, Sudanese citizens affected by the UAE aid expressed their gratitude to the UAE leadership and people for this humanitarian stance and continuous giving from the state of goodness and humanity.

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