Have you comprehended the latest updates? In a flabbergasting move, the United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is contributing an enormous $103 million in supplementary humanitarian assistance. The aid is devised to bolster Sudan and adjacent nations that have been beleaguered by the ongoing crisis. The funding has been delegated as $8 million for the Central African Republic, $17 million for Chad, $6 million for Egypt, $22 million for South Sudan, and $50 million for Sudan, to aid in fulfilling increased humanitarian demands. In an official announcement during her trip to Chad, USAID Administrator Samantha Power avowed that the funding is aimed to cater to the exacerbated needs arising out of the persistent crisis. With a cumulative effect of the crisis, the US government, through its aid partners, is extending the unwavering support necessary to alleviate the adversities of the Sudanese refugees. The conflict has incited over 76,000 refugees to flee Sudan into Chad, in the quest for humanitarian help and safeguarding. Chad already hosts the most significant population of refugees in West and Central Africa, which claims over 600,000 refugees. To counter these escalating needs, the UN World Food Program (WFP) will provide in-kind cash and food assistance to more than 135,000 people, comprising freshly-arrived Sudanese refugees and the existing ones. To meet the pressing needs, the WFP has already released food and nutrition relief to over 28,300 Sudanese refugees at the Chad-Sudan border. Moreover, the assistance will endorse the WFP-operated UN Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) to fly in humanitarian personnel to the areas of eastern Chad with the most significant needs. With the growing demand for aid, the United States calls upon other donors to step up and help them fill the critical funding gaps in the area. Through this aid, the US government vehemently supports and stands by all those who are impacted by the crisis across Sudan and its neighboring countries.