Government of Germany supports World Vision’s work in South Darfur with € 1 Million

Germany’s contribution – worth 1 Million Euros – will go towards supporting communities in South Darfur in Sudan to improve their food and livelihoods security and access to water, hygiene and sanitation.  The project aims to reach an estimated population of 49,950 direct beneficiaries during a period of 18 months, starting April 1st, 2015 to

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Sudan Reaffirms Commitment to Supporting Efforts to Combat AIDS Disease

Wife of the President of the Republic Dr. Widad Babiker Omer has affirmed that Sudan is exerting intensive efforts for combating AIDS disease through the national strategy, which was launched by the President of the Republic, and his sponsorship to all efforts for combating the disease. Sayida Dr. Widad Babiker said in her address before

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Sudanese-Australian Joint Talks Held

The First session of the talks between the Sudanese and Australian senior officials held, Wednesday, at the Australian Foreign Ministry, in Canaberra. The Sudanese delegation to the talks was headed by the Foreign Ministry Undersecretary, Ambassador, Abdul Ghani Al-Naeim , while the Australian side was led by the Assistant Undersecretary of the Australian Foreign Ministry.

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Boruboru: South Sudan’s newest spectator sport is one for the girls

Imagine dodgeball, in all its elementary school gym class glory. Now take away the light-up sneakers squeaking over slippery wood floors. Take away the dozen balls whizzing back and forth overhead like a manic game of pinball. Take away the shrieking 8-year-olds and the grumpy, exhausted PE teacher. Replace them with three barefoot girls on

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South Sudan Soldiers Sentenced to Jail for Murder, Rape in 2016 Hotel Raid

SEPTEMBER 6, 2018 Denis Dumo JUBA (Reuters) – A South Sudanese military court on Thursday sentenced 10 soldiers to prison for the rape of foreign aid workers and the murder of a journalist in an assault on a hotel in Juba in 2016, and ordered the government to pay compensation to the victims. The attack,

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President of African Union appreciates Sudan’s role in bringing together the parties to the conflict in Burundi

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir met with Rwandan Prime Minister Paul Kagame, the current president of the African Union (AU), on the sidelines of a summit of China-Africa Cooperation Forum in Beijing. During his meeting on Wednesday, President Al-Bashir briefed Kagame on negotiations between the parties to the conflict in the Central African Republic in Khartoum

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Al Bashir Holds Meetings with His Ugandan and Rwandan Counterparts

President of the Republic Field Marshal Omer Al Bashir and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni have discussed progress of South Sudan peace talks and completion of the reconciliation agreement between the parties to the conflict there, which was initialed by the parties in Khartoum last month. The two presidents discussed during their meeting in Beijing

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Darfur armed leader has been arrested in Libya

SMC- Opposition leaders of Minawi arrested the movement’s general leader Jumaa Hakkar, were arrested in the state of Libya to stand against the attempt to isolate Minawi, which was initiated by a number of leaders of the movement. the leader of the movement Adam Abdullah  in statement to (SMC)said that The commander in chief was

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Government of Germany Awards World Vision 10 million Euros to Strengthen Livelihoods in S. Darfur

  (Press Release) – The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through the German Development Bank KfW has awarded World Vision Sudan 10 million Euros to implement a three-year livelihoods project in South Darfur. The project dubbed ‘South Darfur Livelihoods and Agricultural Infrastructure Development Project’ is aimed at supporting reconstruction efforts in

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New initiative to boost smallholders’ climate resilience in the Horn of Africa

IGAD, FAO and WMO join forces to stave off impacts of climate change on agriculture 5 September 2018, Kigali – The Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) have launched a new project that aims to buttress the capacities of smallholder farmers in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda to

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