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EU announces €55m humanitarian aid to Sudan

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A man waits to receive food provided by the WFP during a visit by a EU delegation, at an IDP camp in Azaza, east of Ad Damazin, Blue Nile state, October 21, 2015. (Photo Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters)
November 11, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - The European Commission announced a €55 million aid for Sudan in support of the help vulnerable people caught in humanitarian crises, said statement released on Monday.

The announcement of the humanitarian assistance came at the end of a meeting with the Sudanese prime minister who discussed with the European Union foreign ministers ways to support the transition in Sudan.

“As the living conditions of millions in Sudan are being strained by the multiple crises faced by the country, the EU is stepping up emergency assistance for those most in need,” said Christos Stylianides, Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management.

Stylianides further welcomed commitments by Sudanese officials to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian assistance., stressing that the “EU aid must reach all areas of Sudan, including conflict zones”

The additional funding will cover food and nutrition assistance for vulnerable households, emergency health care, support to refugees, displaced Sudanese and host communities and education for children living in areas hit by the crises.

Since 2011, the EU has allocated over €518 million in life-saving assistance to people in need in Sudan.

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  • 12 November 15:35, by Pakuai

    Yes, it always about ’free humanitarian aid and free thing’ in 2005, when our mighty SPLM/A signed the so-called comprehensive (CPA), with you cloned so-called Arab of North Sudan in 2005, in Naivisha, Kenya. Many countries and some of their creeps in between went and do their so-called ’funds raising in Oslo, Norway, of which "over 4.2 billion dollars" were pledged by *many countries, the UK,>>>

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    • 12 November 15:43, by Pakuai

      the Germany, Japan, Australia, China, France, all the Scandinavian countries, Russia and even some countries here in Africa*. And when ’the then government of South Southern Sudan’ *asked the pledged money in 2005, in Oslo, Noway*. The then government of ’Southern Sudan’ was told by the evils who covet our country and our people to death that their>>>>

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      • 12 November 15:50, by Pakuai

        the money that was "pledged" to rebuilt South Sudan was ’used to help the most *desperate people of Darfur*’ really???. That 4.2 millions dollars is counted on South Sudan and the South Sudanese people by these vermin. Lowly informed South Sudanese fools. We have a lot cattle here in South Sudan than ’our cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Abesh (so-called israelis)>>>

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        • 12 November 15:56, by Pakuai

          but South Sudan ’hunger’ is what the evils always propagate their evil lies and lies about all the times. And this is precisely the evils thinks., they would welcomed into our Nilotic plains and valleys. Like Uganda, Kenya, Abesh (so-called ethioipia), our El Khartoum, South Africa, Namibia, Malawi, Zambia, Eastern Congo, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania>>>

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          • 12 November 16:03, by Pakuai

            Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Central Africa republic (C.A.R), Chad and some of their creep in North Sudan, Tel Aviv, Eastern Jerusalem (and give Eastern Jerusalem to Palestinian people, ISLAM IS NOT A RELIGION, NEVER HAS AND WILL NEVER EVER WILL EVEN IN MILLION UNDER THE SUN AND EVEN IN MILLION YEARS, Saudi Arabia WILL BE BOMBED TO NEAR OBLIVION/EXTINCTION, reasons,>>>>

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            • 12 November 16:04, by Pakuai

              HATRED and RACISM. Fellows, watch this space.>>>>

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  • 12 November 15:36, by Pakuai

    Yes, it always about ’free humanitarian aid and free thing’ in 2005, when our mighty SPLM/A signed the so-called comprehensive (CPA), with you cloned so-called Arab of North Sudan in 2005, in Naivisha, Kenya. Many countries and some of their creeps in between went and do their so-called ’funds raising in Oslo, Norway, of which "over 4.2 billion dollars" were pledged by *many countries, the UK,>>>

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