Organizations in Sudan View all
Honduras, Sudan, United States of America
Religion, Poverty
The Missioners of Christ is a Catholic Christian community centered in prayer and united by Covenant that evangelizes, disciples, and sends forth youth and young adults on domestic and foreign missions to fulfill the Great Commission of Christ.
Human Rights
Bridge2Rwanda was formed in 2007 to help expand Rwanda’s global network of friends, to encourage foreign direct investment and to create opportunities for Rwandan students to study abroad. A few years later, President Paul Kagame asked B2R to develop a new scholars program to “burst the bottlenecks” that were preventing ...See More Rwanda’s best students from competing for international scholarships. The first class of Bridge2Rwanda Scholars was launched in 2011. Show Less
Afghanistan , Armenia , Azerbaijan , Bangladesh , Barbados , Belarus , Belize , Benin , Bolivia , Burkina Faso ...See More Countries , Burundi , Cambodia , Congo (Democratic Republic) , Costa Rica , Cuba , Djibouti , El Salvador , Ethiopia , Gambia , Georgia , Ghana , Grenada , Guatemala , Guyana , Haiti , Honduras , India , Indonesia , Iran , Iraq , Israel , Jamaica , Japan , Kenya , Lebanon , Lesotho , Liberia , Madagascar , Malawi , Mali , Mexico , Moldova , Mozambique , Myanmar , Namibia , Nepal , Nicaragua , Niger , Nigeria , North Korea , Pakistan , Panama , Paraguay , Peru , Philippines , Rwanda , Senegal , Sierra Leone , Somalia , South Africa , Sri Lanka , St. Lucia , Sudan , Swaziland , Tajikistan , Thailand , The Republic of South Sudan , Togo , Trinidad and Tobago , Uganda , Ukraine , Vanuatu , Zambia , Zimbabwe Show Less Countries
At Eevah, we create beautiful jewelry with the desire to impact lives around the world. At the heart of our company is the passion to help children in under-resourced areas of the world.
Afghanistan , Angola , Armenia , Azerbaijan , Congo (Democratic Republic) , Cote d'Ivoire , Ethiopia , Georgia , Guinea , Indonesia ...See More Countries , Iraq , Jordan , Liberia , Mozambique , Pakistan , Republic of Chad , Rwanda , Sierra Leone , Sudan , The Republic of South Sudan , Uganda Show Less Countries
Human Rights
Air Serv International is a nonprofit humanitarian aviation organization which provides safe and reliable air transport services for humanitarian aid organizations into the world's most difficult to reach areas.
View all

Causes We Support

Human Rights
Clean Water
Sudan faces a number of environmental concerns, including desertification, climate change, increasing water shortages, decreasing rainfall, riverbank erosion, and deforestation. Air pollution and environmental degradation, along with a country-wide shortage of clean water, contribute to the country’s high mortality rate.1 The Sudanese rely heavily on the environment for exports and agriculture, and overuse of the land has caused degradation of existing desert environments. Environmental problems have been closely linked to the long conflicts in Sudan and the aftermath of war.2

Show References
Hide References

Sudan News

Eyewitness News 
KAMPALA – South Sudanese opposition groups tried to forge a united front on Monday ahead of an expected resumption of peace talks, in the first such meeting since the start of their country's civil war nearly four years ago, attendees told Reuters. See more..
The Hill (blog) 
Today in Sudan a mass murderer celebrates. Last week, the U.S. government lifted economic sanctions on Sudan, allowing a president wanted for arrest by the International Criminal Court (ICC) access to international banks and markets; something he's ... See more..
The Guardian 
That $1.20 (90p) plate of rice and beans in New York, which is just 0.6% of the New Yorker's average daily income, costs $8.27 in Guatemala, $27.77 in Nepal, and $72.65 in Haiti. In South Sudan, the worst-ranking country in the study, the meal costs ... See more..
See More News
PBS NewsHour 
South Sudan's four-year civil war has left half of the nation's population, 6 million people, in need of humanitarian aid and caused one of the world's worst ... See more..
Middle East Monitor (blog) 
During his meeting with a number of members of the Saudi Journalists' Association in Riyadh, Othman said that the political climate between Saudi Arabia and Sudan is at its best. He pointed out that the next stage would be to work on re-delineating the ... See more..
Washington Post 
JUBA, South Sudan — President Salva Kiir has presided over the world's youngest nation as it descended into civil war, famine and a historic refugee crisis. See more..
CNN International 
Although the lifting of sanctions will hopefully offer some relief to the beleaguered poor of Sudan, I fear that it will only embolden and add a measure of legitimacy to a regime with a long track record of human rights abuses and atrocities committed ... See more..
The Guardian 
Hamsaa, 22, wears reflective sunglasses as she poses for a picture outside her classroom at the Sudan University of Science and Technology in Khartoum, ... See more..
Sudan Tribune 
October 16, 2017 (EL-FASHER) - The former rebel group Sudan Liberation Movement led by Nour al-Din Zorgi (SLM-Zorgi) has suspended the peace accord signed with the government of North Darfur in protest against the slow pace of implementation of the ... See more..
The chair of the Victorian South Sudanese Community Association tells SBS News: “Just like you'd find there are Australians that are rednecks, some that are accommodating, some that have a narrow view of the world, some that are uneducated, some that ... See more..
Show Less News


north-eastern Africa, bordering the Red Sea, between Egypt and Eritrea

Total 1,861,484 sq km
Land NA
Water NA


hot and dry; arid desert; rainy season varies by region (April to November)
Natural Resources

petroleum; small reserves of iron ore, copper, chromium ore, zinc, tungsten, mica, silver, gold; hydropower ;
Natural Hazards

dust storms and periodic persistent droughts
Current Environmental Issues

inadequate supplies of potable water; wildlife populations threatened by excessive hunting; soil erosion; desertification; periodic drought


Ethnic Groups


Sudan is an extremely poor country that has had to deal with social conflict, civil war, and the July 2011 secession of South Sudan - the region of the country that had been responsible for about three-fourths of the former Sudan's total oil production. The oil sector had driven much of Sudan's GDP growth since it began exporting oil in 1999. For nearly a decade, the economy boomed on the back of increases in oil production, high oil prices, and significant inflows of foreign direct investment. Following South Sudan''s secession, Sudan has struggled to maintain economic stability, because oil earnings ...See More now provide a far lower share of the country''s need for hard currency and for budget revenues. Sudan is attempting to generate new sources of revenues, such as from gold mining, while carrying out an austerity program to reduce expenditures. Agricultural production continues to employ 80% of the work force. Sudan introduced a new currency, still called the Sudanese pound, following South Sudan''s secession, but the value of the currency has fallen since its introduction. Khartoum formally devalued the currency in June 2012, when it passed austerity measures that included gradually repealing fuel subsidies. Sudan also faces rising inflation, which reached 47% on an annual basis in November 2012. Ongoing conflicts in Southern Kordofan, Darfur, and the Blue Nile states, lack of basic infrastructure in large areas, and reliance by much of the population on subsistence agriculture ensure that much of the population will remain at or below the poverty line for years to come. Show Less ;
GDP Purchasing Power Parity

$86.67 billion (2012 est.); $90.66 billion (2011 est.); $92.4 billion (2010 est.)
Gross National Saving

24.2% of GDP (2012 est.); 28.6% of GDP (2011 est.); 26.7% of GDP (2010 est.)
Agriculture Products

cotton, groundnuts (peanuts), sorghum, millet, wheat, gum arabic, sugarcane, cassava (tapioca), mangoes, papaya, bananas, sweet potatoes, sesame; sheep and other livestock

oil, cotton ginning, textiles, cement, edible oils, sugar, soap distilling, shoes, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals, armaments, automobile/light truck assembly