Nyala, South Darfur: Longstanding cultural practises across Sudan often exclude women from decision making. Unfortunately, this extends to efforts at the community level to reduce conflict – like…
In Darfur, we’re using livelihood creation to rebuild communities, overcome tensions, and address causes of conflict.
My income has doubled. My [monthly] salary was 4000SDG [US$70], now I make 8000SDG [US$140]. Now I have two sons at university, one of them doing a masters degree.
If we want to build back better, we need a systems thinking approach
North Darfur, Sudan: COVID-19 has impacted lives around the world in many ways. For rural communities with limited health and other key infrastructure, the pandemic has exacerbated an already…
“Providing sustainable, stable and affordable energy to the millions in Sudan who lack access is a development imperative,” said Khairy Abdelrahman Ahmed, Acting Minister of Energy and Mining.
Having undergone a once in a lifetime revolution, Sudan has a unique opportunity to reshape its future. But, the economic, security and development challenges it faces are significant.
Renewable energy is critical to unlocking Sudan’s development potential, particularly in agriculture, and addressing poverty, gender inequality and other challenges
Annual remittances of around US$3 billion are essential to Sudan’s economy and society, empowered by a global diaspora. Understanding this lifeline and maximizing its value as a source of foreign…
For Mohamed Nour Idris in Al-Silaim, North Sudan, farming has become a challenge in recent times.