As the conflict in Sudan continues, the humanitarian situation continues to deeply deteriorate.
More than 60,000 people have crossed the borders to the neighbouring countries over the past week, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said in its weekly report on Sudan.
The current total estimate of recently displaced individuals across Sudan has reached 3,282,303 Individuals (656,292 households).
In addition to the internal displacement, the conflict in Sudan caused the mixed cross-border movements of 968,451 individuals into neighboring countries.
The latest data from IOM’s displacement matrix indicates that the clash between the Sudanese army and paramilitaries has uprooted a staggering number of people, with more than 926,000 seeking refuge abroad and a total of 3.02 million internally displaced.
According to IOM, the refugees have been forced to leave Sudan to neighboring countries namely Egypt, Libya, Chad, Central African Republic, South Sudan and Ethiopia.
As a whole, 4.2 million have been forced from their homes inside and outside the country, 71 per cent of them originated from Khartoum State.
Earlier estimates had put the death toll from the ongoing military clashes at more than 3,000 died, mostly civilians.
These grave violations are an indication of the lack of commitment to international legal and ethical standards, and stress the urgent need for international intervention to stop these violations, and ensure that those responsible are brought to justice.
Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK) recently called on the conflicting parties in Sudan to immediately stop the ongoing war 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 ceasefire to save the lives of innocent people at risk.