Amnesty International takes no position on issues of sovereignty or territorial disputes. Borders on this map are based on UN Geospatial data.
View other countries in


Victims’ families were still awaiting justice for alleged unlawful killings by security forces during demonstrations in October 2022. The rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly continued to be restricted. Clashes in the south caused the deaths of more than 100 villagers. The right to food security was threatened by rising prices, poor rainfall, the mass arrival of refugees from Sudan and a lack of humanitarian assistance. Early marriages and gender-based violence continued at high levels.

Read More

Death Penalty status


Retains the death penalty in law

View the Amnesty International Report 2023/24


Urgent Actions

Campaign tools you can use to urgently intervene and protect people's human rights.


Reports, briefings, statements, submissions and other resources from Amnesty's researchers.

Media Enquiries

[email protected]

Amnesty International Secretariat Office

View all contact info