Sudan was the largest country in Africa and Arab world until 2011, when South Sudan separated into an independent country, following an independence referendum. Sudan is now the third largest country in Africa. Sudan has also experienced a long civil war, and faces serious problems of deficient basic living infrastructures and social reintegration of those affected by the conflict.
Additionally, Sudan has a low Human Development Index and support for basic human needs (BHNs) is needed. Regarding Sudan's extreme dependence on petroleum income in spite of the decrease in its production due to independence of South Sudan, there are urgent needs for diversification of industrial structure as well as improvement of agricultural productivity.
Therefore, JICA's support to Sudan is primarily focused on:
1. Consolidation of Peace
2. Assistance for Basic Human Needs (BHNs)
3. Diversification of Industry
|March 31, 2021||Supply and Delivery of Four Station Wagon and One Pick-up for JICA Sudan Office Projects|
|March 17, 2021||Message from the Chief Representative|
|March 17, 2021||JICA Sudan Office: Map|
|November 28, 2018||Message from the Chief Representative|
|May 21, 2018||Ongoing & Completed Cooperation in Sudan|
|March 15, 2021||Signing of Grant Agreement with Sudan: Contributing to improvement of sanitary environment in the target areas through upgrading of the capacity for solid waste management|
|December 28, 2020||Signing of Grant Agreement with Sudan: Contributing to a safe and sustainable water supply through procurement of equipment for operation and maintenance of the water supply system|
|September 10, 2020||Emergency Assistance to Sudan in Response to floods|
|April 1, 2019||Signing of Record of Discussions with Sudan for a Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development (SATREPS): Support for the research and extension of drought- and heat-tolerant wheat cultivars that can be sustainably produced|
|November 15, 2018||Raising Awareness of the Importance of Hand-Washing and Toilets in Africa From the Grass-Roots Level: 10 Years of the Water Security Action Team|