10 Dead and 3300 Homes Destroyed in Sudan Floods


When it Rains it Pours

Downpours this past week in the south-eastern state of Blue Nile, Sudan, caused a dam to burst and collapse on July 29th potentially compromising access to water for over 84,000 people. The Sudanese Civil Defense reported on Thursday that this incident caused the consequent damage – and in some cases total destruction, of around 3000 homes. It appears some 1,800 homes were completely destroyed while just over 1,500 were partially ruined.

At least 10 people have lost their lives while many displaced Sudanese seek…



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