The commencement of conflict and violence in Sudan has been ongoing for two months. Over 1.8 million people, including children, have been forced to flee their homes as a result of hostilities between the two armed forces competing for power. This crisis has affected 48 million people in Sudan. Children, women, the elderly, those with disabilities, the displaced, and those suffering from chronic diseases are the most susceptible. With the country’s prolonged conflict and drought, nearly 13 million children require humanitarian aid in the areas of water, health, and protection. The Eastern Africa Child Rights Network and the Civil Society Organizations Forum urge all humanitarian relief to be made available to Sudan’s vulnerable groups, particularly children, who are the most affected by wars and violence.