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Emergency Trust Fund for Africa

Provision of air services to allow access for humanitarian and development actors in Sudan

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to strengthening the humanitarian and development nexus in Sudan by providing access to remote locations.

Main objectives

The specific objective of the project is to provide humanitarian and development actors, donor organisations and diplomatic missions in Sudan with safe flight connections to beneficiaries, especially vulnerable communities in hard-to-reach project implementation sites. This will be done through UN Humanitarian Air Services (UNHAS). Additionally, the project will provide humanitarian and development actors with relocation capacity for both medical and security evacuations within Sudan whenever required.


World Food Programme (Sudan Office)

Provision of air services to allow access for humanitarian and development actors in Sudan

Action Fiche

2023. GADA 2. MARTS
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Region and Country
Horn of Africa
Strengthening resilience of communities
World Food Programme

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