28 projects

Sudan is a country of transit, origin and destination, and host to large numbers of refugees and internally displaced persons. Our actions aim to address root causes of displacement in conflict-affected areas that are also migratory routes, such as Darfur, East Sudan or the Transitional Areas. We focus on the most vulnerable populations (including refugees, internally displaced populations and host communities) in peripheral and urban areas, promoting resilience and secure livelihoods through programmes on education, health, food security, nutrition, livestock, and protection. Also, through regional initiatives to manage migration more effectively, we support rights-based and protection-sensitive efforts to combat and prevent human trafficking and migrant smuggling.

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National projects

Total 28

Regional projects

Total 11

Cross-window projects

Total 4

News & Stories

Sudanese Judges and prosecutors are simulating a human trafficking trial in Khartoum ©UNODC
NEWS | 05 July 2021

Sudan is responding to the challenges of human trafficking in the country

In April 2020, Gedaref State Police managed to free 66 Ethiopian and Sudanese victims at Al-Quraisha locality on the Sudanese-Ethiopian border who had been held by a network active in human trafficking. The police ambushed the group members and seized a vehicle...

EU-IOM Initiative: Histoire ZouberouIOM
STORY | 14 June 2021

Son rêve devenu cauchemar en Libye, Zouberou reconstruit au Cameroun et se relance dans la couture

Zouberou a 34 ans et il est parti du Cameroun en 2014 en laissant sa femme et ses deux filles en quête d’une vie meilleure. En 2019, après une expérience traumatisante en Libye, où il a été emprisonné pendant 18 mois, il décide de revenir au pays. Il sera...

Vulnerable Sudanese families started to be enrolled in the programme to receive their monthly allowance© Sari Ahmed Awad / Prime Minister Office
NEWS | 25 February 2021

Launch of the Sudan Family Support Program

On 24th February the launch of the Sudan Family Support Programme (SFSP) took place in presence of His Excellency Prime Minister Abdulla Hamdok. EU Ambassador Robert van den Dool, was present at the ceremony together with other international partners, including EU Member States. 


NEWS | 13 October 2020

Sudan celebrates peace agreement to end decades of war

Early this month, Sudan's civilian-led Transitional Government and the Sudan Revolutionary Movements signed a Peace Agreement aimed at ending decades of war in which hundreds of thousands died. This historic achievement will pave the way for inclusive and comprehensive peace in Sudan.

At the request of the Sudanese...