Sudan … natural disasters and a collapsed economy
Wrote by : mohammed Saad
Translated by Ahmed Hussain
Despite the tense economic situation that Sudan is witnessing since the start of the popular revolution that toppled the previous government, nature also did not stand idly by to increase the misery of the Sudanese who were counting on an economic recovery after the elimination of corruption that was widespread in the past era.
Sudan is witnessing a natural disaster that has not been witnessed in more than 100 years, represented in the floods of the White and Blue Niles, which led to the destruction of more than 5,000 homes and damage to thousands of homes and hundreds of families.
The conditions in general portend the worst. Even after the flood subsides, the health infrastructure will collapse, and epidemics will spread under a weak government, a collapsed economy, and complications in the political scene.