With temperatures soaring to more than 40C at this time of the year, I normally sleep outside in my garden, but I am too scared to do that now, as fighter jets roar over my home in Sudan’s Omdurman city – despite the latest ceasefire.
I live with my mother and siblings in the centre of Omdurman, just over the River Nile from the capital, Khartoum.
The fighter jets are a constant reminder that Sudan is now in a state of war. I cannot get used to their terrifying sound.
The fighting between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) is all around us – to our north, south, east and west.
It came close to our home on Monday afternoon, when a bullet ripped through the roof of my neighbour’s house…