"My friend @mattar77 was MURDERED by the Rapid Support Forces. My best friend was in hiding on June 2 and that's the last time I spoke to him. He was missing for 4 days and when I got in touch with him he said: "I was caught, beaten and abused and humiliated and arrested and had my phone confiscated from me."
Khidir concluded her post by urging her followers to help spread awareness. "If you want to support me please share this information as widely as possible and don't be silent. Be an ally because we need your help."
The following NGOs and charity organisations are just a few of those looking to help and better the living conditions of those in Sudan:
The United Nations Children's Fund: UNICEF aims to supply healthcare, emergency relief, as well as food and water to children in 190 countries.
The World Food Programme: Spanning across 75 countries and run completely by volunteers, WFP is the world's largest organization focused on fighting hunger. A donation of $15 could supply one starving person with food for one month, while a donation of $75 could feed a family of five for an entire month.
The International Rescue Committee: The IRC offers nutritional support and medical assistance to children in need. South Sudan is just one of the African countries it serves.
The University of Khartoum Alumni Association's Fundraiser: Run by the university's alum, the Facebook group, which has access to a number of volunteers, organisations, and local communities, aims to supply those in the area with food and medical care.
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