Sudan conflict: ‘Our lives have become a piece of hell’ – BBC News

Seven months after the start of Sudan’s civil war, conditions for many in the capital, Khartoum, are worse than ever – but some of those who escaped from the city in the early days are also struggling to survive.

Aid workers have also been among the victims of the conflict, with 900 security incidents involving UN workers, and 19 deaths.

This makes it the most dangerous place in the world for humanitarian workers.

Meanwhile, the UN is struggling to fund its work in the country, having only raised funds to cover a quarter of its $2.6bn (£2bn) humanitarian response plan.

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