The United Nations said Wednesday that $3.03 billion would be needed to provide urgent aid to people in conflict-ravaged Sudan and to those who have fled the violence into neighbouring countries.
In a revision of its response plan for Sudan, issued after a bloody conflict erupted on April 15, the UN said $2.56 billion would now be needed to provide assistance inside Sudan – up from the $1.75 billion estimated just a few months ago – while another $470.4 million would be needed to assist those who have fled the country.
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