Sudan has a long history of civil wars, and conflicts around the world are worsening, with a significant increase in the number of people displaced and in need of emergency aid due to conflict-driven issues. Sudan’s conflict involves powerful individuals vying for control, but the broader global problem of increasing conflict persistence is influenced by factors such as eroding norms, climate change, religious extremism, and foreign intervention. These factors have led to a rise in the number of displaced people and those in need of emergency aid due to conflict-driven issues.
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