The death toll from torrential rains and flash floods by Sudanese authorities has been put at 112 since June on Sunday.
115 people were injured in addition to the collapse of 34,944 homes and the partial damage of 49,096 others, the National Council for Civil Defense said in a statement.
A state of emergency was declared by Sudanese authorities in six states hardest hit by the floods last month. These states are: Nile State, White Nile, West Kordofan, South Kordofan, South Darfur and Kassala.
Nearly 250,000 Sudanese people have been affected by the floods and heavy rains in the country since June, the United Nations said last week.
With the peak of rains and ﬂooding observed between August and September, the rainy season in Sudan usually starts in June and lasts up to September.
Since October 2021 when the military dismissed Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok’s transitional government and declared a state of emergency, a move decried by political forces as a “military coup,” Sudan has been without a functioning government.