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Escalating violence in Sudan is putting millions of children and their families at risk.
As a result of the ongoing conflict, many children are trapped in the crossfire, and many more are being forced to flee from their homes and seek shelter in neighbouring countries.
Sudan has one of the highest rates of childhood malnutrition in the world. An estimated 50,000 children who are experiencing severe malnutrition can no longer access life-saving care because of the fighting. All schools have closed, and many children no longer have access to safe spaces and education.
UNICEF is advocating for a ceasefire to ensure that humanitarian workers can safely reach children and families with urgent health, nutrition, protection and education services.