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Our work in Sudan covers a range of issues including:

  • Supporting the civilian-led government and Sudan’s transition to democratic and economic stability.
  • Supporting the Government of Sudan’s efforts to implement the Juba Peace Agreement and working towards an inclusive peace for all affected by conflict in Sudan.
  • Providing life-saving humanitarian assistance, increasing the resilience of vulnerable communities, and supporting a viable future for those in protracted crisis through long-term assistance and development.
  • Supporting the Government of Sudan’s economic programme, designed to build the foundations for economic stability and prosperity.
  • Supporting better environmental management and climate resilience in Sudan, as well as promoting inclusion and gender equality.

Further resources

Sudan page on GOV.UK website

Note: Many country summaries were written prior to the creation of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and are being incrementally refreshed.

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People reached with humanitarian assistance (food aid, cash and voucher transfers) through DFID support.

2015 - 2020, Source


Children under 5, women (of childbearing age) and adolescent girls reached by DFID through nutrition-related interventions.

2015 - 2020, Source


People with sustainable access to clean water and/or sanitation through DFID support.

2015 - 2020, Source


Sectors groups as a percentage of country budgets according to the Development Assistance Committee's classifications.

Budget More information about Programme status

Programme budget total by year approved at the Programme level to date.



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Please note that although budgets are generally split by year, some departments publish budgets that span multiple years. These are represented in the first year of their allocation. Cross-government allocations such as Prosperity Fund and Conflict, Stability and Security Fund are known to duplicate budgets published by other departments, as well as using multi-year budgets.

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