A Sudanese refugee has told the BBC’s Newsday radio programme that he, and other Sudanese refugees in Egypt, are “struggling” and “don’t have any income,” on the 100-day anniversary of the start of the civil war in Sudan.

“We cannot find work, we cannot find nothing, so it’s really horrible here,” Moez Ahmed added.

The fighting in Sudan between the military and the Rapid Support Forces militia has displaced millions of people, seen the death of around 3,000 people, and does not show any concrete sign of resolution.

In order to survive, Mr Ahmed has been receiving money from his friends in other countries, like Qatar and the UAE.

“I don’t think this war” will “end very soon” he lamented, adding that half of his family is “still stuck in Sudan” surrounded by military aircraft and the sounds of ammunition.

They have “no supplies, no food, no water”, he said.

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