• May 2, 2018

    The proliferation of violent extremism has affected countries and regions across the globe, presenting a serious threat to their development. Sudan and the surrounding region has unfortunately been no exception to this phenomenon. Guided by the overall framework of the United Nations Global Plan of Action to prevent violent extremism, and UNDP’s strategy on Preventing Violent Extremism through inclusive development, UNDP in partnership with Sudan National Commission for Counter Terrorism (SNCCT) attempted to study and decipher the trends of violent extremism, their implications to the region, the globe and identify root causes for radicalization towards violent extremism in Sudan.

  • Dec 9, 2015

    This short report is an attempt to provide an understanding of Sudan’s macroeconomic landscape over the course of the post secession period (2011-2013), as far as available data permits. It is recognized that gaps in data collection across almost

  • Feb 28, 2010

    The trading networks and entrepreneurship of Darfuri traders are legendary and Darfur has long been the source of Sudan’s most important exports of agricultural produce, including groundnuts, gum arabic and livestock. Its modern economy remains based on agriculture and trade, but chronic under-investment, marginalization and isolation from the rest of the Sudanese economy has disabled the region from reaching its full production and trading potential.

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