Sudanese refugee children in Chad face malnutrition and trauma

The conflict in Sudan between the army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has reignited ethnic violence in West Darfur, where the RSF is accused of committing acts of ethnic cleansing against the Masalit community. More than 400,000 Sudanese have already crossed the border into Chad, most of them women and children, and they're facing huge food shortages. Some children are too weak to even eat because they're undernourished. Many are traumatised by what they've witnessed and are using drawings to express their pain. Our regional correspondents report.

Sudanese refugee children in Chad face malnutrition and trauma
The conflict in Sudan between the army and paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) has reignited ethnic violence in West Darfur, where the RSF is accused of committing acts of ethnic cleansing against the Masalit community. More than 400,000 Sudanese have already crossed the border into Chad, most of them women and children, and they're facing huge food shortages. Some children are too weak to even eat because they're undernourished. Many are traumatised by what they've witnessed and are using drawings to express their pain. Our regional correspondents report.

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