Sudan has declared a state of emergency for three months.
The government declared the country a natural disaster area as record floods killed 100 people and inundated more than 100,000 homes.
Wading through waist-deep water, residents of the al-Shigla neighborhood in Omdurman, the twin city of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, try to save what’s left of their belongings as they drift.
For days it rained heavily which brought flash floods to the country where the Blue and White Nile merged into the Nile.
Furniture, broken tiles, damaged vehicles, and more were swept away by this year’s torrential and torrential rain for nearly two weeks.
Rain and floods exceeded the records set in 1946 and 1988.
This disaster killed more than 100 people and forced the government to declare a state of emergency for three months this week.
Last week, a committee tasked with dealing with the consequences of flooding, warned that the country may face more rain, adding that water levels in the Blue Nile rose to a record 17.58 meters.
Experts say climate change is a big part of the problem.