Aid Sudan with Your Zakat This Ramadan

This Ramadan, we reach out to you with hearts heavy yet hopeful, as we reflect on the challenges faced by the people of Sudan. Since April 15, 2023, the conflict has led to a humanitarian crisis of unprecedented scale. Approximately 8.1 million people have been displaced, seeking refuge both within and beyond Sudan’s borders, spreading across all 18 states in thousands of locations.

MedGlobal has been a constant presence in Sudan since 2019, delivering medical, nutritional, and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) support. Our efforts, especially in conflict-affected regions like Gedaref State, have made a significant impact, reaching over 96,000 individuals amidst the turmoil in 2023 alone.

The dire situation in Sudan, compounded by economic shocks and environmental challenges, has left nearly half of the country’s population, around 24.8 million people, in desperate need of humanitarian aid. Essential services we’ve provided, such as health consultations and distributions of medicines, are more critical now than ever.

This Ramadan, your Zakat holds the power to change lives. With the sacred act of giving, you can provide crucial support through:

  • $5 for a medical consultation, offering direct health care to those in desperate need.
  • $100 for a month’s supply of a health food box, combating malnutrition and supporting family health.
  • $150 ensures safe deliveries and the health of mothers and newborns.

Join us in our mission to bring relief and recovery to the people of Sudan. Together, we can provide more than aid; we can offer a promise of a brighter future. Give generously, and help us continue our vital work during this critical time. Your contributions can pave the way for healing, resilience, and peace in a land torn by conflict and hardship.



people served



free health consultations provided


villages supported with emergency medicines




emergency medicine and
medical supplies donated

MedGlobal’s Response in Sudan

Increased health needs, coupled with the economic crisis and COVID-19 pandemic, have caused major shortages of medications and funding for health facilities across Sudan. To support hospitals, MedGlobal and the Sudanese American Physicians Association (SAPA) began rehabilitating Sudan’s largest pediatrics tertiary care hospital in Khartoum which was at risk of closing its doors. In South Darfur, MedGlobal and SAPA installed an oxygen generator at the Nyala Teaching Hospital that produces 150 oxygen cylinders per day, which is enough to cover the full oxygen needs of the entire population of South Darfur. This is critical to building local health capacity in the short and long term.

In response to the Ethiopian refugee crisis in Eastern Sudan, MedGlobal provided over 14,500 free health consultations for Ethiopian refugees at the Sudan Family Planning Association Clinic in the Tunaidba refugee camp. MedGlobal also supported flood-affected communities in Al Fao, where over 9,000 people were affected by flooding in July, by delivering hygiene kits and emergency medications to reduce the risk of malaria and other illnesses.

“MedGlobal Oxygen generator in Nyala Hospital in Darfur is the largest investment in healthcare infrastructure since Sudan independence in 1955. It will provide oxygen to populations of 5 states and save tens of thousands of lives in the long term.”

– Dr. Mohamed Margani, President of Sudanese American Professional Association 

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