Sudan

Since its independence in 1956, Sudan has been in a state of near constant war; the deadliest instance being Darfur, which is frequently described as genocide.

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GCCT Members from Sudan

1) Ruya Association

Ruya Association recognises the potential of women to act as peacemakers both within and between their communities and Ruya aims to equip them with the necessary skills which enable them to do so. Ruya Association also believe that all women should be educated, no matter what life stage they may be at. Read more…

 

2) Social And Human Development Consultative Group (SAHDCG)

SAHDCG is a think tank that evidence-based polices and programs for social and human development. Poverty reduction, conflict resolution, as well as development, are central to SAHDCG’s multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary work. Desegregation of interventions by population and spatial distribution provide SAHDCG with the level of variation and specificity about dynamics of conflict and the plausibility of interventions. Read more…

 

Residents of the village of Kodiel, around El Srief in North Darfur, Sudan. The area, historically controlled by a faction of the Sudan Liberation Army (SLA), is where the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Section of the UN-African Union mission in Darfur (UNAMID) conducted outreach activities (UN Photo/Albert Gonzalez Farran).

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