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PUBLIC ADVISORY ON SITUATION IN SUDAN (As of 21 April 2023, 12NN, Egypt Standard Time)

Please be informed that the airports in Sudan remain closed since 15 April 2023, and there is no safe option for air evacuation at this time.

There are announcements on ceasefires being agreed to, but there are still gunshots and bombings in certain areas. Venture out if and only necessary (like to replenish supplies, e.g., food and water). Carefully assess the situation in your area before leaving your homes.

Otherwise, we kindly ask you to remain in your home, and away from windows and rooftops. Stay at the lower levels of your shelter.

Our Philippine Consulate in Khartoum is also stranded and currently cannot provide consular and Assistance-to-Nationals (ATN) services. The Consulate is currently working on ways to secure food and water and other supplies for delivery or pickup.

If you have not done so, please send clear copies of your passport and residence visa via email:, and provide us with the following information:

Full name (as indicated in your passport):

Phone number: Your location in Sudan: Name and location of employment: Is your passport and residence visa valid? (Yes/No) Name and contact details of your next-of-kin in the Philippines:


Philippine Embassy in Cairo WhatsApp/Mobile: (+20) 122 743 6472 Facebook/Messenger: PHinEgypt Email:

We continue to monitor the situation in Sudan and shall keep posting updates on social media, and may send directly to your numbers and emails. Please stay safe.

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