Sudan’s armed rivalry: a comment on the vulnerable healthcare system catastrophe
This paper discusses the healthcare system crisis in Sudan due to the ongoing armed conflict. The conflict has destroyed the healthcare infrastructure, leaving patients in need of assistance. Many humanitarian groups are attempting to assist, but the poor urban welfare appears to outweigh their abilities. The document also highlights the challenges faced by civilians, including robberies and killings. Despite the challenges, there are still efforts being made to provide humanitarian emergency care. Non-profit organizations and civilian initiatives have helped provide medical supplies and assistance to wounded patients. The document concludes that long-term solutions are needed to prevent further degradation of Sudan’s healthcare sector.
This paper was originally posted by the author on ResearchGate.net.
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