In Sudan, UNDP supports a broad range of development interventions. In 2020, our efforts improved the lives of more than 1.7 million Sudanese citizens, refugees, and migrants all across Sudan.
Highlights from 2020 include:
- 500,000+ of Sudan’s most vulnerable supported via stabilization efforts, 55,000 seasonal jobs created and over 6,000 hectares of farmland developed.
- 225 local conflict and dispute mechanisms maintained, assisting approximately 500,000 people, with 108 established in 2020.
- 218,200 people provided better access to justice and legal services.
- Four statute laws and legal frameworks established by Ministry of Justice with UNDP technical assistance.
- Election assessments undertaken with UNITAMS to clarify anticipated support for the future.
- USD 15M mobilized to support COVID-19-linked essential equipment.
- 342 facilities providing Tuberculosis services supported with equipment and medicines via the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
- USD 25.6m Green Climate Fund grant secured to support 3.7 million people with sustainable livelihoods, environmental protection, and water and food security.
- First ‘Solar Lab’ established in Sudan to test all solar panel imports; successful pilot of solar-powered water pumps for irrigation completed.
In depth programme results are available in our portfolio overviews.