In El Fasher, North Darfur, Sudan, a team from Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is working to treat people injured in recent violence. So far, 410 people have made it to the hospital for treatment, and 55 conflict-related deaths have been recorded there. MSF's project coordinator in El Fasher, North Darfur, Mohamed Gibreel Adam, gave the following statement in a video on April 27:
"The situation is very, very difficult here. The access to health care is interrupted.
"There is no water. There is also no electricity. Lack of fuel has impacted all the life-saving services.
"Due to safety, referral of hot cases and [access to] life saving [treatment] at night is not possible due to a lack of security and movement.
"Here is our antenatal care department, where we see some ladies are trying to be registered to see the doctor, but due to the many cases they are only seeing the hot cases and doing triage and registration."
"There are some people being admitted on the floor, as you can see behind me. And there are patients also in the corridor because of [lack] of space."