At least 850 people have died and more of 5,500 have been injured in Sudan since the outbreak of conflict between army of the country and the paramilitaries of the Rapid Support Forces (FAR) on April 15, as reported today by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The spokesman for International organization provided these data at a press conference, citing data from the Sudan Ministry of Health.
According to OMSduring the fighting they have been attacked 45 medical facilitiesincluding hospitals and means of emergency transport. The organization’s spokesperson, Pull Jasarevicreported that these attacks have caused eight dead and wounded to another 18 people.
Besides, the OMS denounced military attacks and the hospital occupation and warehouses where they are kept medicines for the malaria and chronic diseases.
With information from Globovisión