Sudan’s economy sinks as post-coup leadership searches for support | Jun 20, 2022 at 3:06 AM
  • The slide in living conditions comes after the coup triggered the suspension of billions of dollars in international funding, and at a time when the war in Ukraine has pushed the cost of key imports higher.
  • Officials at Khartoum’s water authority blame a lack of government funding to maintain water stations or pipes for a growing population.
  • This month, the civilian coalition that shared power with the military before the coup began meetings with generals in an effort to break the political deadlock.