The United Nations, via its humanitarian partners and the Humanitarian Aid Commission, launched the Humanitarian Response Plan for the year 2023, which plans to obtain $1.7 billion from donors and humanitarian supporters. During the meeting held in the buildings of the United Nations Development Program, and attended by representatives of the World Food Organization, the UNHCR, the OCHA office, and a large number of representatives of international organizations and donors, the head of the Humanitarian Aid Commission, Najm al-Din Musa Abdul Karim, said that the plan targets 12,500 out of 15.8 million Sudanese who need urgent response.
The head of the Humanitarian Aid Commission, Najm El-Din, stressed that the required funds shared by different sectors of the United Nations organizations, international organizations and government sectors, pointing to the importance of this plan, which comes through credible reports and the real numbers it contains, asserting that there are approximately 1.5 Sudanese people who have entered the circle of urgent need this year compared to last year. He praised the government's role and cooperation in overcoming all restrictions and challenges facing the delivery of aid and working to alleviate the suffering of the citizen. On his part, the United Nations Coordinator General for Humanitarian Affairs, Khardiata Lo N'Diaye , said that the year 2023 plan is a plan of expectations and hopes for a better human future through which the United Nations seeks to provide humanitarian support to all affected groups and regions, including Darfur, Kordofan, Blue Nile states, and tribal conflict areas, commending the governmental efforts and relentless endeavors to provide stability and an inlusive political peace for all parties, emphasizing that the stability of the scene and the humanitarian situation is closely connected to the political situation in the region.