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Petition to Najaf Abbas

Sudan Fund Raising Programme

For Donations FundRazr We’re committed to donating up to $100,000 to Sudanese civilians Please share our post to spread awareness on this massacre. FACTS: Half of Sudan's population is facing extreme hunger, the country's highest proportion of food insecure people in the last 10 years. More than six million people currently need urgent food assistance, including more than one million children. Near-famine conditions are predicted in four of Sudan's states, a rapid and worrying increase from 2017, in which famine was only declared in one state. On April 11, change came to Sudan. After months of protest reportedly triggered by cash and bread shortages, Omar al-Bashir, who had ruled the country for the last 30 years despite indictments for war crimes and genocide in Darfur, was overthrown by the citizens of Sudan who were tired of living in a dictatorship. The unrest in Sudan began in December 2018, when their dictatorial president of thirty years. Omar al Bashir, reduced bread and fuel subsidies in a bid to stave off impending economic collapse. People were preventing from withdrawing the money, and prices of bread and fuel continued to rise. Protests against the rising prices eventually morphed into pro-democracy protests that demanded Bashir’s removal, and spread khartoum. These protests were led by Sudanese Professional Associations, consisting of doctors, lawyers and health workers. The President’s forces opened fire on the demonstrators, and killed doctors and medics to prevent aid reaching the wounded. Yes m April 6, protesters occupied the square in front of the military headquarters and demanded Bashir’s ouster. On April 11 military declared that Bashir had been successfully overthrown. Since then, a seven member of Transitional Military Council of military generals, led by Lt-Gen Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman Burhan, has been in charge, “ to ensure order and security”. When Bashir was overthrown, demonstrators stayed put outside military headquarters and insisted that transfer authority to a democratic civilian administration. After several unfruitful talks, SPA and TMC, under the umbrella Alliance for freedom and change, agreed on 15 May to a three transition period to allow the country to come under civilian rule. This period would culminate with elections. A transition period is essential to dismantle the web of systemic corruption and abuse of power emblematic of Bashir’s reign, and ensure free fair elections. Meanwhile, a sovereign council would be created to rule Sudan, which the TMC said it would do within 24 hours. However, on June 3, protesters outside the military headquarters in khartoum were fired upon. In addition to the 108 dead, over 120 people are missing. The military also reneged its agreement to all three year transition period, declaring that elections would take place in nine months. However, this will simply facilitate previous regime’s return to power. The TMC unleashed an internet shutdown on almost all internet and phone services, making communication near impossible - a move arguably attempting to stifle organised resistance, and prevent information of the brutal crackdown from leaving Sudan. On Friday and Saturday, ahead of Sunday’s civil strike, opposition leaders Mohammad Esmat, Ismail Jalab, Yasir Arman, and more were arrested by the military. Violent repression continues, with security force “treating people like prey”. The African Union has set a deadline for the TMC to step down by the end of June, but it remains unclear whether this move will work. Unified action by Russia and China. In such a situation, exerting international is of paramount importance to ensure accountability and prevent further bloodshed. I’m a certified chef and love to do cooking, mostly for needy people i do cooking for charity and from this fund raiser i will buy ingredients for making healthy and hygienic food for sudanese and provide them 3 time meals. I will go sudan with whole team we don’t use this any single penny for ourself. I also belong from a middle class family and i know how it feels without food and clothes. All mighty Allah helps us and gives us power to do this type of things for needy people From this charity money we will buy: 1. Ingredients 2. Boxes for food packing 3. Cooking utensils 4. Things which we will be needed for cooking 3 time meals for sudanese 5. Buy clothes for them 6. Give every from $50 for there use Milk (regular), (1 liter) 1.25 $ Loaf of Fresh White Bread (500g) 1.21 $ Rice (white), (1kg) 1.98 $ Eggs (regular) (12) 1.64 $ Local Cheese (1kg) 6.04 $ Chicken Breasts (Boneless, Skinless), (1kg) 6.11 $ Beef Round (1kg) (or Equivalent Back Leg Red Meat) 6.82 $ Apples (1kg) 7.94 $ Banana (1kg) 0.71 $ Oranges (1kg) 2.27 $ Tomato (1kg) 1.96 $ Potato (1kg) 1.77 $ Onion (1kg) 2 $ Lettuce (1 head) 0.94 $ Water (1.5 liter bottle) 0.65 $ Flour (1kg) 2 $ bread (1) 1.5 $ we purchase these all ingredients and clothes from our home country and take all the ingredients with ourself to sudan and rest of the money we will give to sudan people $50 per family   #IAmtheSudanRevolution MORE INFO @sudanfundraisingprogramme  

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