The UN stated that more than 2.6 million people have fled their homes since the outbreak of fighting in Sudan in mid-April.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) confirmed that more than 2.1 million people have been internally displaced since the fighting began last April, including 1.4 million people who fled the capital, Khartoum.
The report added that more than 560,000 people have crossed borders into neighbouring countries.
“Over the past two months, humanitarian organizations have reached more than 2.8 million people, across Sudan, to provide food, nutrition, health and water services,” said UN deputy spokesman Farhan Haq.
He added that since the beginning of the crisis, 13 humanitarian workers have been killed, while some are still missing.
The UN spokesman stressed that the attacks on relief warehouses continue to impede the ability of the United Nations and its partners to deliver aid, which makes it difficult to resume and expand relief operations.
Attacks targeting civilians and hospitals constitute a serious violation of international humanitarian law, as civilians and hospitals must be kept safe during conflicts, and targeting them in any way is strictly prohibited.
These grave violations prove the breach of international legal and ethical standards, and call for urgent and effective intervention by the international community to stop these violations, and to ensure that those responsible are brought to justice.
Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK had recently called on the conflicting parties in Sudan to immediately stop the ongoing battles and seek a peaceful solution through a comprehensive national dialogue.
AOHR UK also called on the UN Security Council to take immediate action and call for a cease-fire to save innocent lives at risk.