Many Sudanese face food insecurity due to both natural and man-made causes. USAID’s Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) identifies early warning signs of food insecurity and improves the emergency response of local and international partners.
Democratic governance is necessary for a peaceful and viable Sudan. USAID supported the Sudanese people’s aspirations for a peaceful democratic transition throughout the implementation of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA), which ended Sudan’s 22-year civil war. Since South Sudan’s independence, USAID has supported peaceful democratic development in the Republic of Sudan.
In marginalized regions of Sudan, USAID provides targeted economic support to vulnerable populations. In addition, USAID encourages dialogue on economic policy issues affecting the performance of Sudan’s agriculture sector.
USAID efforts include promoting dialogue and consolidating peace to support peace agreements and foster peaceful coexistence, movement and exchanges along the Sudan-South Sudan border.
To help address these urgent needs and opportunities, USAID seeks to empower women and reduce gender disparities.
In Darfur, USAID is expanding access to water, sanitation and hygiene services to mitigate conflict over resources and stimulate economic recovery.
Last updated: October 01, 2013