• Jan 1, 2006

    Competition over natural resources, especially land, has become an issue of major concern and cause of conflict among the pastoral and farming populations of the Sahel and the Horn of Africa. Sudan, where pastoralists still constitute more than 20 percent of the population, is no exception. Raids and skirmishes among pastoral communities in rural Sudan have escalated over the recent years.

  • Oct 20, 2010

    More than 80 major Sudanese and international stakeholders and actors within the hibiscus value chain gathered on October 21st, 2010 at the Sudanese Chambers of Industries Association. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss key findings of a joint Hibiscus Value Chain Assessment in Western Sudan and to develop recommendations for increasing profits for the mainly female hibiscus farmers while boosting hibiscus exports.

  • Nov 19, 2012

    Sudan adopted in 1994, decentralized system of governance, operating a Federal System of government with three tiers, namely, Federal, State and Local government levels respectively. All these levels require making policies, planning development programs and carrying out monitoring of plans implementation plus evaluating progress and achievements of development plans.

  • Jun 1, 2010

    Summary of data available throught the Information Management Working Group for June 2010

  • Aug 1, 2010

    The sustainable disarmament and demobilization of combatants will depend on the availability of social and economic reintegration opportunities. For this reason, it is essential to support the demobilized to earn their livelihood and participate in the economic and social life of their communities; provide them with available information, counseling and referral on reintegration opportunities; and offer assistance to groups in need of special support; and increase the capacities of receiving communities to integrate the demobilized and other returnees.

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