We continue to provide limited support in some hospitals. In the hospitals supported by MSF in Kreinik, West Darfur, and Rokero, Central Darfur, locally hired MSF staff and MoH staff continue to provide medical assistance. The supplies they have are likely to last for another two to three months.
We have suspended all mobile clinics and outreach activities in West Darfur and Central Darfur. We currently do not have the option to refer patients for higher levels of treatment due to the ongoing fighting, either because hospitals are no longer functional, or roads are too insecure.
The violence that escalated on 20 April in El Geneina, has forced MSF to stop almost all of its activities in West Darfur, including mobile clinic activities in the nomadic communities Galala, Mogshasha, Wadi Rati and Gelchek. We have been able to continue providing services only in Kreinik hospital to date, where we have seen a reduction in the number of patients coming from outside the town.
In Nyala, South Darfur, we experienced the intrusion and looting of supplies in our compound and warehouse, which meant we suspended all our activities.