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.
The Government of Switzerland and UNDP today signed an agreement under which Switzerland will contribute $2M to scale up UNDP’s livelihoods activities in Darfur.
Sweden along with Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) assured to promote long-term development solutions to the economic regeneration of Sudan, which is vital at the moment.
More than 30 Sudanese youth have participated in a 24 hrs. ‘Climathon’ on October 25-26th, organized by Impact Hub Khartoum in collaboration with UNDP, Climate-KIC , Moutasim Nimir Center for Environmental Culture, and the Sudanese Environment Conservation Society.
UNDP Resident Representative Dr. Selva Ramachandran have met today with H.E. Minister of Energy and Mining, Mr. Adil Ali Ibrahim.

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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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