Political violence in Sudan: the need for a coordinated, locally led humanitarian health response Political violence in Sudan: the need for a coordinated, locally led humanitarian health response

Since the fall of former Sudan President Omar al-Bashir’s regime in April, 2019, the political and security situation in Sudan has been in flux. The Sudanese Transitional Military Council (TMC) and opposition groups signed a 3-year power-sharing agreement on July 4, 2019. Protesters have since voiced a mix of cautious optimism and scepticism, particularly about the role of the military in the transitional period.


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