Answer A - (A) is concise and idiomatically correct. The proper form is "in danger of X'ing". The phrases "in danger to X", "have a danger of X'ing", and "have a danger that they will X" are all unidiomatic, so we eliminate (B), (C) and (E).
(D) subtly changes the meaning of the sentence. The original sentence states that thousands of Sudanese are in danger of contracting the disease, meaning that they might contract the disease. (D) suggests that thousands of Sudanese have already contracted the disease, and are thus in danger. This may be true, but it changes the meaning of the original sentence, so we eliminate it.
That leaves (A), which is correct.
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