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40 years of building powerful partnership for children in Sudan
See the impact of our work
Child friendly space at the Waiting station in White Nile State

Equal access to protection and participation for children with disabilities

Plan International Sudan is supporting refugee children with disabilities like Tiagi, 9, to overcome the stress they have experienced by learning and playing with their peers.

Group work prepartaion for the product

Young people generate their own income in Sudan

Young people in Sudan are now able to earn a living and provide for their families thanks to a skills training project implemented by Plan International Sudan and partners.

Abeer very happy with the changes

Improving the learning environment for girls

More girls are completing school in North Kordofan State thanks to a Plan International Sudan programme to increase the quality of school buildings.

Marya happy with her acheivements

Communities benefit from girls’ education

Plan International Sudan is working alongside partners and communities to raise awareness of how important girls' education is and keep girls in school.

Children celebrating the water project in Damokia

Changing children's lives through the water project

More than 400 families were suffering from a lack of water, but with the support of Plan International Sudan, Nasra, her siblings and community members benefitted from the borehole which was established in Eigaila community.

Eltagwa with her daughters happy with their goats

Livestock breaks the cycle of poverty in Sudan

Plan International Sudan, in collaboration with the government, has provided families with sheep and goats to improve the quality of life for children in Eldibibat.

Families constructing and using local material for fencing

Better health and well-being for children in Sudan

Plan International's innovative Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach has led to 4,228 families stopping open defecation and using home toilets instead.  Children are healthier and common childhood diseases such as diarrhoea have reduced.

Participants in FGM training with their certificates showing that they are now ready to raise awareness in their community about the dangers of FGM

Promoting and protecting girls' rights

Awareness raising on the benefits of combating Female Genital Mutilation and Cutting has led to one village reporting no circumcisions in the last five months. With a little more efforts, their village will soon be declared FGM/C free.

Our results last year
  • 77,822
    households supported to improve their health and sanitation facilities
  • 30,783
    Children reached by our education programmes
  • 13,597
    People trained on business and vocational skills



Key contacts

Munier Mohammed

Country Director, Plan International Sudan

Naila Abushora

Program Support Manager, Plan International Sudan
The Nile Tower, Fourth Floor
Block 10, Building #20, Street 63,
+ 249 183 231905