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Sudan: 16,000 families affected by the White Nile floods

The Sudanese authorities said that 16,000 families were affected by torrential rains and floods in the White Nile State, as the number of affected families reached 16,000 families, who were completely affected by the torrential rains and floods that swept the area, according to Al-Sudani newspaper.

At a time when administrative and technical efforts are still underway to rearrange the situation, provide technical and logistical support to the affected people, and discuss engineering treatments to ensure that this does not happen again in the future.

The Secretary-General of the Government of the White Nile State in Sudan, Shazly Khaled Amin, said that the preliminary survey of the villages and Furqan that were destroyed due to heavy rains is estimated at 2,000 families.

Yesterday morning, the White Nile State Security Committee held an extraordinary meeting headed by the Secretary General of the state government, Shazly Khaled Amin, in the presence of the commander of the 18th Infantry Division, the director of the state police, the acting director of the General Intelligence Service, the state’s autumn emergency committee, and the Minister of Finance held a meeting with a local security committee Al-Jabaleen to find out the situation in the Al-Jabaleen locality, which was swept by torrents and floods, in the 4 kilometer area in the Jouda Administrative Unit.

During a visit to the affected areas, the State Security Committee listened to the demands of the citizens, who called for the provision of urgent aid, including tents, medicine and shelter materials.