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IFAW rushes emergency aid to Sudan
Amidst intense conflict in Sudan, concerned animal caretakers have reached out to IFAW for support. In response, we are rushing emergency aid to the country’s natural history museum, which is located in the middle of the ongoing conflict, so their team can continue to feed and care for wildlife at their facility.
As resources become difficult to access, it is critical that the museum’s caretakers are supplied with the resources needed to properly care for their two monkeys, 20 tortoises, one 50-year-old Nile crocodile, two monitor lizards, pythons, cobras, domestic birds (geese and ducks), and several fish.
We are in contact with additional organizations in Sudan and will update this page as our response work continues.
When disaster strikes, IFAW's team of emergency rescue experts can be ready at a moment's notice to rush aid or quickly deploy to disaster zones with vital equipment and supplies to help animals in communities in need. Help us continue that work.
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