Sudan Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profitable and charity organization; established and registered in Sudan in May, 2015. The general assembly and board of trustees were composed of a number of Sudanese experts, professionals and highly-qualified personnel.


Sincere, dedicated and continuous work through community and private sector towards the renaissance and growth of the Sudan by achieving socio-economic development, production efficiency, alleviation of poverty and  provision of work opportunities for the youth preparing them for future leadership of the Sudan.


Adopting scientific approaches and trust in Allah, to achieve the vision through eight domains; economic development, socio-cultural, production units, job opportunities and youth employment, water harvesting, sale points and informatics & information technology domains.


  1. Sincerity & impartiality.
  2. Trueness & honesty.
  3. Confidence & transparency.
  4. Commitment & discipline.
  5. Team work.
  6. Charity & perfection.
  7. Unity of purpose.
  8. Code of conduct, rule of law & humanitarian principles.

 Strategic Goals:

  1. Promoting the country and the people.
  2. Contributing to the development and the awareness of the community.
  3. Cooperation in benevolence.
  4. Provide models that lead to renaissance.

Strategic Objectives:

  1. Achieve the highest productivity and quality of agricultural product, increase the economic, environmental and social revenue in accordance with the bases of sustainability of agricultural resources and increasing of national income.
  2. Achieve social peace through sustainable rural development, conservation and good management of natural resources and expansion of production structure.
  3. Achieve water and food security, improving household incomes and reduce rural and urban poverty.
  4. Increase productivity and raise production efficiency and agricultural processing.
  5. Develop agricultural exports; both plant & animal exports and maximizing the contribution of agricultural sector in Sudan’s foreign trade.
  6. Generate employment opportunities for citizens and increasing per capita income and achieving balanced development for all regions of the country to encourage stability in rural areas.
  7. Develop and protect natural resources to ensure their sustainability and renewal.

Work Fields:

  1. Agricultural production (Plant & animal production).
  2. Industrial production.
  3. Clean and renewable energy.
  4. Water harvesting and protection of environmental resources.
  5. Social, cultural and media work.
  6. Provision of funding, strengthening partnerships, promoting internal and external marketing.
  7. Support production units and sale points.
  8. Provision of job opportunities and youth employment.
  9. Capacity building and training of youth.
  10. Informatics and information technology.
  11. Management development, quality control and excellence.


(1) Agricultural production:

(A) Plant production:

  • Conduct a number of field extension visits by internal and external expert to Al-Jazira scheme with the aim of increasing wheat production, expanding the cultivation and increasing the production of soybeans.
  • Conduct a number of field extension visits by internal and external expert to Touzi scheme in Sinnar with the aim of expanding the cultivation and increasing the production of sunflower.
  • Organizing a number of workshops in the field of pivotal irrigation technology to increase the cultivated areas and to transfer the technology to other areas in the country.

(B) Animal production:

  • Conduct feasibility studies on using soybeans in poultry feed industry.
  • Starting the desert sheep project in North Kordofan state with an area of 500 acres.
  • Starting a fish feed production plant with a capacity of 5 tons per hour.
  • Establishment of a farm for fattening the calves with a capacity of 2000 calves with a fattening fodder plant in the farm.
  • Conduct feasibility study for a factory of assembling milk and processing dairy products.

(2) Industrial production:

  • Conduct field visits to a number of textile factories (Al-Hassahissa, Nortix and al-Omari) in order to contribute to solving problems and overcoming obstacles.
  • Prepare a study for up-grading Al-Kobaya oil factory and the oil extraction factory by using chemical solvents.
  • Work on the development of a number of industrial production plants including integrated meat production plant, Abu Rjeila meat factory, Africa leather production factory, Arabic gum processing factory, plant & warehouse equipments factory, building material factory and industrial wares factory.
  • Conducting economic feasibility studies for establishment and up-grading of industries (Modern Sudanese slaughterhouse project and dairy production project).
  • Conducting economic feasibility studies for rehabilitation and up-grading of a number of production units (Wad Bilal village project, Africa University project, Al-Nubba village project, Association of Graduates of Egyptian Universities project and employees of the Republican Palace project).

(3) Clean and renewable energy:

  • Conduct a study on Sudan’s suitability for the production of clean and renewable energy (Solar energy, wind energy and biogas).
  • Implementing a number of workshops on environmental benefits for the use of clean and renewable energy technologies.
  • Starting a project for production of gas using waste in partnership with the Supreme Council for Environment and Urban Development in Khartoum State.
  • Starting a pilot project for production of biogas in Wausi and Wad Ramli villages in North Khartoum.
  • Starting a project for agricultural irrigation by using solar energy in North Kordofan state with an area of 10 acres.

 (4) Water harvesting and protection of environmental resources:

  • Conduct studies for water projects (55 projects) in different areas in Sudan including (Dams, Haffirs, boreholes and wells) with a total cost of 106,000,000 SDG.
  • Establishment of (7) haffirs in the states of (Khartoum, Gadaref, Kassala and North Kordofan) with a capacity of (466,000 cubic meter) and a total cost of (17,500,000 SDG).
  • Starting a project for forest belt in Eastern Nile area with an area of 5 acres.

(5) Social, cultural and media work:

  • Producing and broadcasting a number of documentaries on (Sudanese cultural heritage, voluntary work and water harvesting projects) in collaboration with some satellite channels.
  • Training a number of national NGOs in areas of voluntary work and humanitarian assistance.
  • Organizing a number of workshops and training courses on the culture of peace, peaceful coexistence and human right.

(6) Provision of funding, strengthening partnerships, promoting internal and external marketing:

  • Preparing a number of studies on markets, marketing and cooperative societies.
  • Organizing a workshop on strengthening public and private sector partnerships.
  • Organizing an entrepreneurship forum for promotion and marketing of the projects of the Foundation.

(7) Support production units and sale points:

  • Establishment of (6) sale points in Khartoum as a model (Later the project will be expanded to other states in Sudan).
  • Conduct a study for provision of funding for the production units and sales points.

(8) Provision of job opportunities and youth employment:

  • A number of workshops and meetings were held with participation of relevant government agencies and the private sector on youth employment issues.
  • Preparing studies on unemployment and its impact as an economic, social and developmental handicap.
  • Starting a project for the employment of young people benefiting from waste recycling in Khartoum and to be extended to other states in Sudan.
  • Conduct consultations with the Central Bank of Sudan to raise the minimum funding for microfinance projects to 50,000 SDG.

(9) Capacity building and training of youth:

  • Organizing (36) workshops and training courses on management development, leadership, agricultural production & extension, voluntary work, development media.

(10) Informatics and information technology:

  • Signing memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the National Centre for Information in the field of software incubators.
  • Training of (300 programmers) in collaboration with the National Centre for Information.
  • Establishment of a specialized information and data-base centre in the field of development to support export & import information and preparation of feasibility studies.
  • Preparation of investment map for the states of Sudan.

(11) Management development, quality control and excellence:

  • Establishment of an award for institutional excellence.
  • Preparation of a guide on administrative reform and development in Sudan (Sudan Foundation’s initiative on administrative reform and development).
  • Establishment of database for the management and quality control experts in Sudan.

(12) Studies, Researches & Surveys:

  • Preparation studies and researches covering a number of fields in agricultural production (Jatropha cultivation, cotton cultivation, organic agriculture and seed propagation & production).
  • Preparation studies and researches in the fields of sorghum energy production, biogas production, compost and hydro-metallic compounds, feed concentrates and oil industry.
  • Conducting field surveys of Wausi and Wad Ramli villages in Khartoum state.


  • States of Sudan, Central Bank of Sudan, Khartoum Bank, Humanitarian Aid Commission, Africa University, German Development Agency (GTZ), Waste Recycling Scheme, National Centre for Information, Administration of Dams, United Nations Industrial Development Fund (UNIDO), Supreme Council for Total Quality and Excellence, Supreme Council for Environmental and Rural Development, Aanab Integrated Solutions Company,

The Economic Development Theme

This theme is dedicated to the development based on renewable resources, where the focus is on agriculture, both plant and animal (livestock – fisheries wealth), new and renewable energies and transfer industry of associated with agricultural products. Thus, the agricultural sector, indisputably, turns into the leading sector and the engine of the economy of Sudan. It contributes – both plant and animal – about 31.3% of GDP, and more than 70% of the total population depends on it in the provision of their food. It accommodates more than 57% of the workforce. Agriculture is also linked to front and strong rear relations with other sectors in the countryside in the areas of agro-industry, providing inputs of the industrial sector such as oils, sugar, and textile. Agriculture, above all, represents a service social and economic dynamism for all sectors and segments of society (local and global transportation services – movement of markets – export).The agricultural sector is the basic foundation for achieving sustainable development and food security of the country.

Work in this themes achieved through the existing bodies and institutions that will be stimulated and motivated to act and provide them with consultation. Investors (locally and abroad) will be prompted to set up projects, in itiate informal initiatives to consolidate the capacity of the Sudanese economy, open channels of finance and agricultural credit in the area of ​​industry and develop the national private sector to become a private sector of superior capacity that integrates the elements and components of production with high efficiency and competitiveness in the domestic and overseas markets.

The institution is focusing on accomplishing an analytical vision of the reality of the economic development that shows the strengths and weaknesses, challenges and opportunities, It is developing strategy for the development of the local private sector and prepare it for the stage. The detailed studies and practical suggestions will be developed as to the method of the integration of the private and public sector and quasi-government. Also the detailed studies will be completed for each area or issue of work-related economic development addressing the existing challenges, offer the possible practical solutions, allow technical and financial feasibility studies, and provides consultation and information, such that the institution turns into a national non-profit expert firm.


1.     Achieve the highest productivity and quality of agricultural products and increase the return of economic, environmental and social basis in line with the sustainability of agricultural resources, and increase the national income.

2.     Achieve social peace by sustainable rural development, the preservation of natural resources, good management, and the expansion of the productive structure.

3.     Achieve water and food security, improve household income and reduce poverty in rural and urban areas.

4.     Increase productivity and raise the efficiency of production and agro-processing.

5.     Development of plant and animal exports, and maximize the contribution of the agricultural sector in Sudan foreign trade.

6.     Generate employment opportunities for the citizens, increase per capita income and achieve balanced development of all regions of the country to encourage stability in the rural areas.

7.     Development and protection of natural resources in order to ensure sustainability and renewal of its productivity.

The Requirements

1.     Introduce the latest technical systems, observe the international standards, the ability to compete with foreign markets by reducing the cost of production and linking up with global competition, the devise high quality products, and adopt professional promotional plans to put Sudan within the ranks of the most advanced and sophisticated countries (Trade shows).

2.     Support the implementation of manufacturing of modern irrigation systems, such as pivot irrigation. drip irrigation and other modern irrigation systems. Develop other types of irrigation systems suited to Sudan.

3.     Update farming methods, produce improved seeds, support the use of technology packages, spread agricultural mechanization in all stages of agricultural process, and expand agriculture in greenhouses.

4.     Raise the capacity of producers by assisting them to adopt new technologies, restructure their organizations to attain a qualitative transformation, raise production efficiency, raise the capacity of workers and institutions to lead the agricultural production, evaluation and follow-up projects and agricultural policies.

5.     Local capacity building with respect to various production input rather than relying on imports by supporting the establishment of industry in the production of fertilizers, pesticides, vaccines, machinery, equipment, agricultural equipment, irrigation and drinking water machinery, the environment materials, the production of improved seeds and seed reproduction locally, provide products for the national agricultural transmutation industries in complementation of the national agricultural production circuits of the production, manufacturing and agricultural marketing.

6.     Support the presence of a strong modern base of scientific research and technology transfer to back up the anticipated development in the production of crops and food commodities, stimulate the concerned authorities to adopt a program for the rehabilitation and development of agriculture, livestock, irrigation and water research and Industrial consultation, means of technology transfer and guidance, monitor the recent movement in science and agriculture technology around the world and coordinate with the production enterprises in order to achieve the optimal benefit from them.

7.     Encourage private sector initiatives (national and foreign) by direct investment in large projects that utilize macro capacity economy with modern technologies and provide efficiency in production.

8.     Support the initiation and development of markets, reinforce the capacity of the IT sector and means ofcombatingrisks, expand the agricultural insurance services and provide funding for agricultural production.

9.     The production of seedlings, the establishment of nurseries and horticultural crops to increase productivity, improve the quality and localize technologies (courses in the production and breeding seedlings – protected cultivation – post harvest activities – horticulture marketing).

10.                        Investment of the preferential features of each region in Sudan, so that each state or a number of states specialize in a particular product, for instance the White Nile State specializes in the production of sugar, and the River Nile and the Northern state specialize in the production of wheat, alfalfa and forage, Darfur and North Kordofan states in the production of red meat, Kassala in the production of fruits and fodder, and the Red Sea state in the production of fish and marine products, and so on. Certain agricultural areas shall be identified for the production of export goods in accordance with the high quality standards and encourage exports that achieve added value.

11.                        Support the creation of integrated agricultural services companies that assume the provision of all the to agricultural inputs, provide funding for producers and follow them up, and purchase, store, and process, and market the product, so that the producer is freed to focus on the production process and its development.

12.                        Support the establishment of specialized irrigation companies that undertake all irrigation operations in the national projects, provides support to the private sector through national specialists, train the staff and rationalize the use of water.

13.                        Provide marketing information to comply to the needs of foreign markets in terms of the types, quantities required, delivery dates, packaging and prices, expand competition in the market transactions through funding facilities to prevent monopoly and to strengthen and build storage containers.

14.                        Respond to the challenges of globalization resulting from WTO agreements and regional organizations by following the procedures for plant and animal health, adherence to specifications, quality assurance, the adoption of bio-safety procedures as a result of the negative effects of biotechnology products.

The Target Fields and Goods

1.     Plan and Forest Products

The Vision focuses on the development of plant products in all sectors (irrigation sector – rainfall sector – groundwater irrigation sector), and the main products, which will concentrate on the following:

1.     Food grains (wheat, rice and wheat).

2.     Sugar cane.

3.     Oilseeds (groundnut, sesame, sunflower, cottonseed).

4.     Agricultural fodder.

5.     Grains.

6.     Vegetables.

7.     Fruits, such as citrus fruits and mango (expansion in the production of the items in demand worldwide).

8.     Forest (produced crops such as gum arabic).

9.     Medicinal and aromatic plants.

10.                        Flowers and ornamental plants.

11.                        Agricultural bio energy products.

12.                        Development of dates production.

13.                        Animal Products

14.                        Develop traditional pastoral production base through the provision of water by water harvest projects, pasture improvement, organization of producer in economic hat can achieve development in production, efficiency and competitiveness of the product.

15.                        Encourage the development of animal production in irrigation, semi-automatic agricultural projects, and establish pastoral farms in the rain sector.

16.                        Improve breeds of cattle and sheep to increase production efficiency by generating artificial techniques, artificial insemination and embryo implant.

17.                        The development of local breeds of cattle, quality control of the production and quality of the genetic resource, rather than focusing only on the import of European breeds.

18.                        Stimulate producers to export slaughter meat, modernize slaughterhouses within the concept and thought of quality control, give attention to follow-up and implementation of meat processing operations so as to ensure the application of international quality systems that concern providing safe foodfromfarm to the consumer table, the consumer, follow-up hygiene, disinfection, pest control and laboratory quality control (waste treatment – environmental and health requirements).

19.                        Production of poultry as an alternative to red meat, encourage the production of point of lay pullets and middle age egg layer and broiler hens locally, as the basis for the start of broiler and egg layer farms in Sudan, the development of input poultry feed, the expansion of poultry feed industry for local consumption and export, encourage the private sector to develop the poultry vaccine industry and medicine industry.

20.                        Fish production alternative to red meat, develop and spread fish farming in various sizes as a pilot project in achieving progress in fish production, the best utilization of natural fisheries, develop the supporting industries and services for expansion in fish production, fish and marine animals feed and develop fish farming and breeding techniques.

21.                        Agricultural and livestock industries and related industries:

22.                        Sugar industry.

23.                        Textile industry.

24.                        Oil Industry.

25.                        Food canning Industries (tomato concentrate – drying onions – concentrates and fruit canning).

26.                        Dairy industry and its derivatives.

27.                        Red meat industry.

28.                        Leather industry.

29.                        Gum Arabic. Manufacturing

30.                        Fertilizers and pesticides manufacturing.

31.                        Non-traditional meat products: (mortadella, frankfurter, salami, pastrami, pepperoni, smoked cooked roast beef, kebab, buftiak, steak, shawrrma, beef bacon, smoked ham, stewed, kebabs, beeftic, acetic and cuts such as rump, sirloin, intercut …. etc.) .

32.                        Poultry products: (mortadella, frankfurter, shawerma, nuggets, roast chicken, salami, smoked cooked cuts, and fillet …. etc.).

33.                        Slaughter refuse: Processing of slaughter refuse: to benefit from animal waste as a source of increasing income of modern slaughterhouses, where economic return of the animal becomes very high. After processing the refuse turns extra benefits to humans, animals and soil in addition to achieving safety and environmental health of from pollution by getting rid of odors (leather – bones – gelatin – head – tail – blood – blood albumin – wool / hair / camel hair – endocrinology – extract of some limbs – brain – liver – pods / hooves – fats, oils bowel / covers natural – Esophagus / Bladder – urine – the spinal cord – manure – bogs).

34.                        Production inputs Industry (seeds – agricultural equipment and machinery – Irrigation equipment, pumps and conveyor belts – fertilizers and pesticides – veterinary medicines – vaccine- serums).

35.                        Provide raw materials for food industry based on agricultural raw materials.

36.                        Manufacture biofuels.

37.                        New and renewable energies:

The renewable energy in its broad sense includes all kinds of energy derived from the sun (solar energy) or wind energy or the bio mass, hydropower in addition to underground energy and the energy derived from the sea and ocean flow and ebb (tidal energy), In this regard, the Vision seeks to improve energy efficiency, rationalize its use, enhance the competitiveness of the productive sectors, preserve the environment through the use of clean energy technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce pressure on forest resources, expand the use of renewable energy, the development of technologies and reduce the cost. It is as follows:

–          Wind Energy: It is used in the new land sat the upper terraces.

–          Solar energy can be used to pump water, generate electricity and dry crops after harvest and in the rest of the agricultural operations in rural areas.

–          Biomass energy: It is an important type of renewable energy which can be invested, especially in rural areas. It takes several forms, including wood fuel, of agricultural products remnants, animal dung and ethanol from agricultural waste. Production units of biogas and composite can be developed and production from agricultural waste.

–          Small hydro energies: The use of small hydro generators to provide people in remote areas with electricity (upstream water mountain-lagoons – canals – small dams within the projects of water harvesting), where electricity is stored in batteries or used immediately or delivered through wires to a network that supplies homes and small projects with electric current.

Social and Cultural Theme

The Vision Seeks, within this theme, to contribute to establishing a base of a cohesive rational society, where the values ​​of justice and fairness are prevalent, and enjoys social security, through supporting the establishment of a civil society that contributes to the provision of comprehensive care in favor of its members as a human and religious value, It embodies the spirit of equality and justice, where the values ​​of solidarity and compassion prevails, while it seeks to eliminate negative, and harmful practices, and promotes positive and beneficial practices.
The Vision also seeks to elevate the cultural level of community members, improve their social awareness in order to empower them to face the foreign invasion, achieve social cohesion and strengthen the social ties that nourish it, in addition to taking advantage of culture to consolidate the communication and interdependence between the components of society. Consolidate development media to support the culture of work, production, quality, charity and excellence. The Vision, within this theme attempts to mobilize the society and its active organizations to lead the social and cultural development in the country in coordination and integration with the official government effort, and call the values ​​of compassion, solidarity, collaboration and synergy between society members and all its segments.


  1. Contribute to building a just and tolerant society that adopts morality; seeks for justice, social solidarity, charitable work; strives to spread the values ​​of virtue, sponsorship, purity, and the positive human behavior in rural and urban areas.
  2. Trap frustration instigate hope in the souls, revive ambition for a better life and to create an atmosphere that motivates people to change and progress.
  3. Pursue creation of a rational society by supporting and empowering organizations working in the cultural field to contribute to the preservation of the national cultural heritage. Promote the ​​Arab and Islamic values and identity, the culture of honesty, solidarity and compassion by encouraging the active organizations to implement these roles, create joint programs among them and assist them in performing their part in achieving the rationality and purity of the society by modifying people’s behavior and practices through training and guidance for the adoption of certain issues and coordination between these organizations.
  4. Bridge the gap and enhance development media to assume upholding the culture of work and production, and positively impact the trends and attitudes of individuals and groups, such that media messages amend and change the negative views and attitudes into positive concepts and behaviors by a productive positive media that exerts every effort to consolidate virtuous values, the values ​​of work and production, encourage positive competition and focus on what will benefit the society.
  5. Spread the culture of endowment in the society, encourage people to knock on the doors of endowment to revive the extinct noble humanitarian traditions that emerged with endowment in Islam, and were at a haven for many at that time, then disappeared with time, under new and more creative humane flavor.
  6. Encourage voluntary activities, support efforts to organize grass-roots struggle, adjust the development of society and preserve its safety and stability.
  7. Combat negative phenomena among young people, promote the positive values​​that call for virtue and consolidate the culture of affirmative productive action.


  1. Promote the social responsibility for companies, establishments and businessmen; develop it into a real social effort rather than a public relations stunt that flows into achieving real society strategic objectives.
  2. Coordinate with various media sources, motivate them to adopt development media, uphold the culture of work and production, arouse values, and mobilize energies for development.
  3. Provide models of positive media programs, spread virtuous values, establish a culture of work and production, encourage positive competition and focus on what benefits the society.
  4. List the national civil society organizations, classify them, identify the of their operation, in prelude to plan an approach to deal with them, including integrating and guiding them towards promoting the values ​​of work and production, combating intellectual invasion through training, rehabilitation, integration, coordination and joint programs, helping them so as to refrain from imitating international organizations who tend in order to generate crisis to find a role (replace foreign organization by them).
  5. Guide organizations and individuals to adopt unconventional endowment projects that serve some of the objectives of the initiative (drinking water endowment – training youth – scientific research), and provide the necessary studies and research in this area.

The Target Fields

  1. Study the impact of strategic projects implementation and the national policies in the fields of social development.
  2. Reduce the intensity of poverty; convey the ownership of small productive projects and fund some of the projects in their first phase, through the projects presented in a number of themes within this Vision.
  3. Provide activities, services and programs to help voluntary organizations in honoring their social and cultural roles, consolidate the role of these organizations in the society to achieve rationality and purity by improving people’s behavior and practices.
  4. Provide opportunities for training civil society organizations employees and their officials in charge, locally and abroad, and transfer the useful experiences of voluntary work outside Sudan.
  5. Assist these organizations in carrying out their national roles, arm them with sufficient qualification, have them gain the flexibility that enables them to keep pace with the transformation and change whenever require by the situations in their fields of activity, to ensure that they refrain from creating and feeding crisis, as do a number of international organizations who are addicted to creating and feeding crisis to maintain what playing their roles from which they make gains.
  6. Seek to nationalize voluntary work (especially in the humanitarian field), and qualify the national civil society organizations in order to enable them to withdraw the attention from the international organizations of wicked agenda.

Quantitative indicators of the social and cultural theme:

  1. Train (2,000) young national civil society organizations workers and qualify them to lead the work at the state level.
  2. Provide support and assistance to (20) organizations at the level of states with high population density, and the number (10) organizations at the level of states with low population density.
  3. Provide support and assistance to (50)national level organizations.
  4. Consolidate media development through the information program (attached).

A framework vision towards the development of Sudan (2015-2025)


In the name of Allah the most gracious the most merciful

 An invite to contribute in building Sudan and achieving its renaissance

Dear Brothers/ Sisters….

Sudan, like other countries in the area, faces great challenges in different forms and types. These challenges are political, economic, cultural and social challenges, in addition to the conflicts and wars that have burdened Sudan since its independence. These challenges have grown considerably following the split of the South. Also the developments that have inflicted the global and regional environment following the global economic crisis and the occurrences in the Arab region have caused a change in people’s awareness about the priorities of the nation and have changed the balance of the powers over the entire Arab world. The country, represented by its leadership, has become aware of these challenges. Consequently came the invitation of President/ Marshal Omar Hassan Albasheer for dialogue and national agreement to achieve peace and to ensure freedom of speech, maintain the Sudanese identity and achieve economic revival in the country.

On the other hand, the issues of economic and social development, water and food security, decrease of poverty intensity, training of youth, provision of job opportunities have been pivotal challenges that face many societies including the Sudanese society. In addition, looking forward to the future has made us call today, instead of tomorrow, for plans and programs that look much farther than what is available now. We need to present new ideas, innovative and non-traditional solutions for the difficulties faced by Sudan. We have to take in consideration a number of future variables including the widening gap in the race between nations, the increased need to improve, develop and increase the productive efficiency in light of the major competition in the world market and the ongoing search for water, food and energy sources.

This situation requires, without a doubt, intensifying efforts and collective national energies to employ the available resources and rationalize their use to ensure sustainability. This inevitably entails that every enthusiast to contribute with ideas, opinions and expertise in the building of Sudan future, because Sudan is going through a decisive phase that requires us to strengthen the efforts to build a strong nation that achieves welfare for its people and their humanitarian ambitions.

This is why we have decided to leave the political dialogue for the politicians, their parties and their organizations and have our support for the President’s call and his national reform plan in the form of a contribution to build the future Sudan by turning the society and the private sector into a launch pad for the progress of the nation around the development fields that support production and qualify the youth to develop their capacity to build the future Sudan and lead it. That is because social work and the private sector have become the axis for the economic and social development operation in most countries of the developed and under developing countries alike due to the advantages and great potential that qualify them to become the pioneers in various economic and social areas.

We are determined –God willing- to dedicate out time, expertise and exploit our efforts to a devoted work by society activities and through the portals of the private sector to achieve the revival and development of Sudan. The purpose behind this is to achieve the social and economic development, increase production efficiency, decrease poverty intensity and to provide new opportunities for youth employment and to prepare them to lead the future Sudan. All this is to be achieved between the periods of (2015-2025) within the framework of a comprehensive 25 year national strategy that will achieve the following goals:

  1. Secure progress of the country and its people
  2. Contribute to the development and awareness of the society
  3. Cooperate in good faith
  4. Providing models that lead to revival

Dear Brother/Sister…

This is an invitation to you to exchange ideas, consult and engage with us in this great work to achieve the noble goals, in a framework that supports and integrates with the state’s efforts to achieve a comprehensive national revival.

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