• Nov 4, 2009

    In 2006, the Eastern Sudan Peace Agreement was signed, ending twelve years of devastating conflict. Kassala and to a lesser extent Gedaref states were left with very limited capacity, declining institutions, inadequate and decaying physical infrastructure, eroded human capital and shattered social structures.

  • Jan 1, 2006

    Sudan is a low-income country, with income per capita of less than US$ 400. With its vast geographic area and varied natural resources, it holds great economic potential. So far, however, it has been a land of missed opportunity. It is also a land of great diversity: ethnically, geographically and ecologically and it faces the challenge of utilizing/capitalizing on such diversity to achieve development and eradicate poverty.

  • Jul 8, 2013

    Almost four years after signing the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), the challenges for both the National Government (GONU) and the Government of South Sudan (GOSS) remain as ever tremendous

  • Oct 27, 2010

    Socioeconomic opportunity mapping assessment for the White Nile state was conducted during from 26th to 28th October 2010. The assessment was carried out by a joint team from Central Sector Commission and UNDP central the team members are 2, one from Central Sector Commission and one from UNDP central. The main purpose of the assessment is to identify the operational environment, institutional setup, community services, and socio-economic situation in White Nile state which may enhance or delay implementation of reintegration activities and to use the gathered information for better planning for the reintegration services to DDR programme.

  • Jan 1, 2006

    This study addresses federal legislation and policies and the local customary systems of natural resource management and tenure in Sudan, and seeks to highlight the implications of that interface for pastoral production systems.

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