WFP's work in Sudan
People displaced by fighting in the Abyei area received emergency food rations from WFP at this distribution point in Agok.
A supplementary feeding and stabilization centre run by NGO Action Contre la Faim and supported by WFP. The camp housed children aged 1 year to 17.
South Sudan, Mundri, April 2004
A project for urgent road repairs & demining of key transport routes in southern Sudan aims to help people return after decades of war, & connect the region to northern Sudan & neighbouring countries.
Sudan, Nyala, South Darfur, February 2007
Sania clutches her ration card after it is verified and stamped. She now heads to another waiting area for a brief stay, as the people in line before her receive their ration.
Sudan, North Darfur, April 2007
A WFP Humanitarian Air Service helicopter carries WFP executive director from Kutum to El Fasher, North Darfur.
Sudan, Darfur, September 2006
If any link the supply chain beaks, the operation will come to standstill. Bad weather, as well as bandits and funding constraints, can spell disaster. In September, 20 trucks were stranded only a few kilometres from the warehouses because of flooding, so grain was hauled across a swollen river on rafts.
Sudan, North Darfur, El Fasher, August 2006
Women lining up for a WFP food distribution at Abu Shouk camp, El Fasher, North Darfur.
Cooperating partner: Sudanese Red Crescent and Spanish Red Cross.
Population of Abu Shouk, approx 54,000.
Sudan, North Kordofan, October 2005
Beneficiaries portrait at Aredeba School Feeding project, UmRuwaba Province, Nkodofan, Sudan.
The buildings at Aredeba School were built during the British colonial era.