CAFOD appeals to Catholic community to help bring Sudan back ‘from the brink’

(Catholic Herald. Charles Collins).

Britain’s leading Catholic aid agency is making an emergency appeal to support families impacted by the conflict in Sudan.

Over 8.5 million Sudanese have been forced to flee their homes in Sudan since the war between rival militaries erupted in April 2023, according to the United Nations.

CAFOD is the official international aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, and its workers are on the ground in Sudan and say there is a short window to act before the agricultural growing season begins in June, as fears grow of an impending – yet preventable – famine.

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