Since 2004, Emergency has treated over 325,697 people in Sudan (as of December 31, 2013)
In 2004 EMERGENCY intervened in Sudan to support the hospitals in Mellit and Al Fashir, in Northern Darfur, by renovating and equipping the emergency surgical block and ward.
In 2005 EMERGENCY opened a Paediatric Centre in Mayo Internally Displaced People (IDP) camp, a few kilometres from the capital Khartoum. The Centre provides free of charge primary healthcare to children up to 14 years of age.
In the same year, again nearby the capital, EMERGENCY started to build a Centre for Cardiac Surgery in order to provide highly specialized free medical and surgical assistance to patients from Sudan and its neighbouring countries.
The Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery started its activities in 2007. It is linked to a network of Paediatric Centres where EMERGENCY's international cardiologists carry out the screening and follow-up of children and adult heart patients that are transferred to Khartoum for surgery.
In July 2010 EMERGENCY opened a Paediatric Centre in Nyala. The Centre's activities are currently suspended 2011, following the kidnapping of a staff member who was released in December 2011 after 4 months of imprisonment.
In December 2011, the Paediatric Centre in Port Sudan started activities.