In cooperation with the EU and the UN Development Programme, the Egyptian Red Crescent has transported 27 tons of relief supplies following the armed conflict that took place last month when paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) attacked government sites. As those still in Khartoum are struggling to survive following the horrific events; running low on food and health services.
In a press conference held by Egypt’s minister of social solidarity, Nivine El-Kabbag, the head of the EU delegation to Egypt, to announce the relief plan.
Reflecting on the plan, El-Kabbag said, “presenting the grant to support the efforts of the Egyptian Red Crescent regarding the Sudanese crisis reflects the appreciation and confidence that the international community has placed in the Egyptian Red Crescent.”
With the EU giving the Egyptian Red Crescent $216,000 to help people coming from Sudan to Egypt. It’s important to note that Egypt hosts nearly 8 million refugees from different countries.
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