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Through a Gendered Lens: Insights on my Summer Internship with UNDP Sudan

As my six-week summer internship with UNDP in Khartoum comes to an end, I have begun to reflect on what I have learned, what the country office has accomplished and what there is still left to do.  


Voicing through airwaves - Engaging citizens to improve public service delivery in East Sudan

Can we use citizen feedback from Community Radio and USSD for insights on measuring basic service delivery in urban and rural Kassala, East Sudan? UNDP Sudan’s pilot experience to measure SDG 16.6.2…  


A BIG DEAL: How can we use big data to measure poverty in Sudan?

As development practitioners in Sudan, we are facing a major challenge in effectively managing our programmes: the generation of reliable data to regularly monitor development impact, in particular…  


Can design-thinking create jobs for conflict-affected unemployed youth in Darfur?

For thousands of young people in Darfur, the long-lasting conflict has deprived them of their rights as youth and left gaps in their education. Youth unemployment is increasingly recognized as a…  


UNDP and the British Council invites youth from the Horn of Africa region to submit project proposals to use the arts to work towards peace and development

On 28 October, UNDP and the Horn of Africa Leadership for Action (HOLLA) project of the British Council launched a new initiative calling for proposals from the youth from the Horn of Africa to…  


Building Peace through Technology

A couple of months back, I had the chance to attend this year’s Build Peace conference focusing on the use of technology in establishing alternative infrastructures for peace in all communities,…  

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