IOM Sudan's EU funded Cross Border Peace and Cooperation Project

This video outlines some of the activities implemented under the project and is heavily focused on the voices of community members and local authorities who were an integral part of it. The video also captures how the project corresponds with the national developmental policies of Sudan; and emphasizes the use of existing local community structures in contributing to positive social change. The CBPC project, with its varied successes and lessons learned  highlights the possibilities for replication of such interventions in similar contexts. IOM Sudan would like to take this opportunity to thank the EU for its generous funding support; the local authorities in East and South Darfur and the Government of Sudan, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Humanitarian Aid Commission and National Civil Society Partners, El Radoom Charitable Organization and Global Aid Hand for facilitating the implementation of this important project.

IOM Produces a Multi-Lingual Song to Celebrate Migration in Sudan for International Migrants Day2017

IOM Produces a Multi-Lingual Song to Celebrate Migration in Sudan for International Migrants Day

IOM supported the production of a new multi-lingual song made by the talented Karmakol International Festival musicians to celebrate International Migrants Day with celebratory messages of tolerance, hospitality and Sudan’s multi-cultural heritage.



Communities engaging in safe water and hygiene practices in Otash IDP Camp, South Darfur, September 2017

82,463 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) live in Otash Camp, South Darfur. In 2016, IOM and the Sudanese Government's Water Environment Sanitation Project assessed the existing problems in water collection, sanitation and garbage disposal. The teams identified four areas of intervention related to water management and hygiene. Check the video to know how IOM Sudan addressed these needs.