Life-saving assistance in Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile

The states of Southern Kordofan and Blue Nile (often referred to as the ‘Two Areas’) are located along the country’s volatile southern border with South Sudan. HART has worked with local partners here since 2006.

Many children struggle to study due to a lack of learning materials and qualified teachers. Food insecurity is critical, exacerbated at times by either long dry spells or heavy rainfall.

Under the previous military regime, civilians in the Two Areas were targeted with aerial bombs and ground assaults. Attacks were directed towards mosques, churches, schools, marketplaces and other vital infrastructure. A number of hospitals and humanitarian facilities were also destroyed. Students abandoned classrooms to take shelter under trees. Families were forced to flee to locations with life-threatening conditions, including snake-infested caves.

Local Partners

New Sudan Council of Churches

HART partners with the New Sudan Council of Churches (NSCC) to provide life-saving supplies to isolated communities in Sudan, including in Blue Nile and displacement camps south of the border.

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Nuba Relief, Rehabilitation and Development Organisation (NRRDO) plays an essential role in delivering humanitarian assistance to the Nuba people in Southern Kordofan.

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Help our local partners realise their vision of hope for their communities