• Jan 1, 2012

    Roll Back Malaria (RBM) initiative has been a part of the National Malaria Control Programme in the country since January 1999.

  • 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 31, 2010

    The Sudan Joint Programme (JP) “Creating Opportunities for Youth Employment in Sudan” aims to provide skills development and livelihood opportunities to the youth with particular attention to migrant youth, including returnees and demobilised soldiers. Twenty-one years of civil war have left an entire generation without access to education. The signature of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2005 is providing an enabling environment for more than four million displaced people to return to their homes throughout 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

  • GFATM 2011 Final Annual Report
    Apr 30, 2012

    This report offers a general description of the 2011 activities under the UNDP/GFATM Grants. The aim of this report is to show the general objectives of each Grant, the main achievements of 2011; as well as the challenges that have faced the programme as a whole.

  • Dec 30, 2012

    This Report provides an overview of Global Fund financed activities implemented in 2012 in Sudan in collaboration with partners and The Principal Recipient, UNDP. The Report will highlight the general objectives of all active Grants throughout 2012, the main achievements; as well as the main challenges faced. The report will also outline both short and longer term interventions that will be implemented in 2013 and beyond.

  • Nov 30, 2006

    With an area of one million square miles, the Sudan is the largest African country. Its natural resources are numerous and plenty: different climatic zones, extensive productive soils, generally flat topography and perennial and seasonal sources of surface water and under-ground water aquifers. Away from the Nile rainfall is the critical factor in the northern third of the country where there are no other sources of water.

  • Jul 1, 2007

    This project aims to assist Sudan with the enabling activities necessary to prepare and report the Second National Communication to the Conference of Parties in accordance with the guidance of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and in the long term to strengthen Sudan’s capacity to fulfil its commitment to the UNFCCC on a continuing basis.

  • Dec 30, 2013

    This project addresses the main challenges for environmentally sustainable poverty reduction in Darfur through an innovative approach that supports and complements existing local initiatives. These include entrepreneurship skills training, self-employment, access to microfinance, value chains, natural resource management, forestry and climate change adaptation.

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