In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, and the declaration of a State of Health Emergency in Sudan, UNDP Sudan (alongside other UN agencies including WHO) has taken rapid action to protect those we serve, our communities and our staff.
In parts of Sudan, seasonal migration of livestock can trigger conflicts over land access and damage, and water and grazing. UNDP’s peacebuilding efforts help communities resolve disputes before they escalate.
For Zahra, peacemaking is no longer a man’s territory. Women are equally concerned about their community and now possess the necessary tools to broker peace between clashing groups in El Fasher, North Darfur.
During a visit to Khartoum yesterday, the Italian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Emanuela Claudia Del Re, reinforced Italy’s support for education, peace and stability, and livelihoods in Sudan.
International support to Sudan enters critical phase as clock ticks on the country’s transition to civilian, democratic rule by the end of 2022.
Recovering from decades of conflict and economic instability, more than 500 Darfuri Youth have been trained and deployed as youth volunteers, ambassadors of Peace and Development who are working to kickstart economic development and peace in Darfur.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Sudan in partnership with the University of Khartoum launched today the global Human Development Report at Khartoum University.

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30%

Women in parliament

36.1%

Poverty rate

2,415.0

GDP per capita - in current prices (USD) 2016

0.502

Human Dev. Index (UNDP, 2017)

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