Sudan is a country of many races and clans living in urban and rural regions concentrated along the Nile or nearby. Their life expectancy is around 55.4 years (54.2 for men and 56.7 for women). The death rate is 983 per day (40.94 per hour), and the infant mortality rate is 41 per 1000.

The situation in the country is that of floods, environmental disasters, political instability, and high rates of migration and unemployment. These conditions are associated with many health risks, such as sexually transmitted diseases, non-communicable diseases, cancer, tropical diseases, malaria, and kala-azar (black fever or visceral leichmaniasis).

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