Millions of Sudanese children face hunger crisis, says Unicef

Millions of children in Sudan are suffering from severe hunger, according to Unicef.

Catherine Russell, head of Unicef, describes Sudan as one of the worst places in the world for children, citing widespread displacement, malnutrition affecting millions, and a lack of access to education for nearly all children.

The country, torn apart by civil war, faces an escalating famine crisis exacerbated by restrictions on aid delivery by both the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces.

Russell emphasizes the urgent need for action, warning that without immediate intervention, the situation will deteriorate further, potentially leading to catastrophic consequences.

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