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Deadly clashes have broken out in Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, and emergency relief is needed to support civilians caught in the violence.
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Sudan Crisis Statistics

Total Number of Civilian Deaths since crisis began

Total Number of Injured Civilians

Total Percentage of Hospitals out of service

Internally Displaced Persons


SAPA Humanitarian Response

Madani IDP clinic and Mobile Clinics

In response to the wave of displacement from Khartoum state due to the current events in the city of Wad Madani, the Sudanese American Physician Association (SAPA) in collaboration with the College of Medicine at Al Jazeera University have established a health center to provide essential care to displaced immigrants. Wad Madani is the second largest city in Sudan and it is where many Khartoum residents are fleeing to. The center offers family medicine, gynecology, obstetric, and pediatric medicine services.

Mobile clinics completed


≈ Patients treated

Saudi Hospital​

Supporting the operation of Saudi hospital which providers obstetrics & gynaecology along with childcare services. This is in collaboration with Sudan doctors trade Union.

0 Million

Amount of People the hospital serves


deliveries daily


Average of cesarean sections daily

0 - 30

D&C procedures daily

Nyala Teaching Hospital

Operating Nyala teaching hospital completely in collaboration with South Darfur ministry of health.
.9 Million

Amount of People the hospital serves

ER Visits


Pediatrics Admission



Medical Admissions

Al Nada Hospital

The Sudanese American Physicians Association (SAPA) continues its efforts on the ground saving lives in the SAPA-operated Al Nada Hospital in Omdurman-Khartoum. It is one of only two hospitals in the area that provide natural and cesarean delivery services as well as pediatric care. To lift the financial burden off of civilians, the provided services are free of charge for patients.



Pediatrics admission


women seen in maternity clinic


Who Are We?

Sudanese American Physicians Association is a scientific, professional, nonpartisan, and humanitarian membership-based organization for physicians and other medical professionals of Sudanese descent that live and work primarily within the United States of America. SAPA is a non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas.

SAPA in the media

Press Release

Media Reports.

Current Projects


Hospital Infrastructure

Oxygen generation plant to cover the state of Sinar and the neighboring states. Total cost: 132,000 USD. Impact: Covers the needs of the state of Sinar (more than 1million population) as well as part of the needs of Blue Nile state as well.


Medical supplies and medications shipment in collaboration with IMANA sent to Elgezira, Sinnar, Sinnar and White Nile states.
Total cost = 450,000 USD. Impact: will cover the needs of 20,000 people for 3 months.

Emergency Response

Kasala: vector control project to combat Hemorrhagic Fevers. Impact: Covering 30,000 houses. Total cost: 22,000 USD