United Nations in Sudan
The United Nations in Sudan is comprised of 27 entities whose work encompasses development cooperation, humanitarian assistance and peacekeeping operations. The United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS) is also represented in the country. The collective response of the United Nations to national development priorities is outlined in the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) and is supported by the United Nations Resident Coordinator’s Office. United Nations efforts to help address humanitarian needs in Sudan are presented in the Humanitarian Response Plan.
The United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator presents her credentials to the Government of Sudan
Khartoum, 13 August 2018 -- The United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for the Republic of Sudan, Ms. Gwi-Yeop Son of the Republic of Korea, presented her Credentials to H.E. Ambassador Salah Elguned, Director General of Protocol at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Sudan. During the meeting, H.E. Ambassador Salah and Ms. Son discussed prospects for deepening the strategic partnership between the Government of Sudan the United Nations in addressing priority issues in the country.
UNFPA organized a workshop on “The Midwifery Gap Analysis in Sudan”
Khartoum, Sudan, 5 July 2018 – The Federal Ministry of Health & United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) organized a workshop on “The Midwifery Gap Analysis in Sudan”, with the technical support from the International Confederation of Midwives.
WHO and FMOH meet to set priorities for strengthening the emergency care system in Sudan
Khartoum, Sudan, 24 July 2018 --- The Federal Ministry of Health in Sudan with support from The World Health Organization (WHO) and in collaboration with emergency care partners and stakeholders, concluded a consensus meeting organized to address the gaps identified by the Emergency Care System Assessment (ECSA), conducted in Sudan in 2018.
- UNOPS Newsletter - Second Quarter
The United Nations Secretary-General recognizes the full implementation of the Action Plan to end and prevent recruitment and use of children by the Government of Sudan
OINT PRESS RELEASE: Khartoum, 28 June 2018 – Yesterday the United Nations Secretary-General issued his annual global report on Children and Armed Conflict, which shows the plight of children across the globe in conflict situations. Grave violations against children include recruitment and use of children, sexual violence against children, killing and maiming of children, abductions of children, attacks on schools and hospitals and denial of humanitarian access. The report will be debated by the United Nations Security Council on 9 July.