Other On-Line Resources Related to Sudan
The index has been created by The Norwegian
Council for Africa, as part of its comprehensive
effort to strengthen the knowledge of Africa
and African affairs. The projects has been developed
in cooperation with the information company
Gazette, and wit h financial support from the
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Sudan (Karen Fung)
Resources represents part of Karen Fung's "Africa
South of the Sahara Electronic Guide". It covers:
news, history, geography, etc..
- Sudan Home
Comprehensive list of resources that covers:
news, history, photos, comics, travel, education,
Links to websites that provide information about
government, news, human rights, tourism, and
Languages of Sudan
The Ethnologue is a catalog of the world's languages
including information on alternate names, number
of speakers, location, dialects, linguistic affiliation,
and other sociolinguistic and demographic information.
This database represents the 12th edition of the
Ethnologue, published in 1992.
Horn of Africa Initiative
This site describes USAID's efforts in the African Horn.
Rights Causes of the Famine in Sudan
Gross abuses of international humanitarian law
in the fifteenth year of the civil war continue
to be committed by all parties, including the
rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army
(SPLM/A). Recent experience in southern Sudan
has demonstrated that the fighting now in progress
will provoke a new humanitarian disaster, unless
Human Rights Organization - Cairo Branch
SHRO-Cairo is a Sudanese human rights and democracy entity. The
organization is fully committed to the struggle for the preservation of human
rights independently from any government or opposition group.
Nubia: "Its glory and its
An exhibition for ancient artifacts from Nubian
Dynasties of Africa, 3500 B>C. to 1200 A.D; presented
by the Oriental Institute of the University of
Chicago, and the Oak Woods Cemetry Association,
In date the Michigan papyri range from the earlier
part of the third century B.C. to the eighth
century A.D. The great majority of them are
written in Greek, but there are also considerable
numbers in Latin, Coptic, Arabic, and even a
few in Egyptian Demotic. They contain materials
of all sorts: Biblical fragments, religious
writings, public and private documents, private
letters, astronomical, astrological, mathematical,
and magical texts.
- The Rediscovery of Ancient
This museum exhibit was presented in conjunction
with the centennial celebration of the University
of the University of Chicago, 02/4-12/31/1992
Sudan The Latest
This site provide the latest news from different
sources with regard to relief efforts in the
Sudan Artists Gallery was established in mid
1999 as an ongoing effort for collecting scattered
production of Sudanese Artists. The gallery
aims to become a viable and significant source
for materials and information about Sudanese
art and artists, and to play maximum role in
the documentation of such works.
- Sudan Future
Care - Amal Trust
Sudan Future Care - Amal Trust was founded in
November 1996. It is a charitable organization
for the relief of poverty and sickness and the
rehabilitation of indigent or displaced peoples
of the Sudan and its neighboring countries.
This effort is being developed by the US Department
of State as a benefit to the UNDHA ReliefWeb
project and the G-7 GEMINI project and for the
consideration of DHA and NGO's, private corporations,
International Organizations and other governments
interested in humanitarian relief, many of whom
have helped make this pro ject possible; but
Sudan OnLine is an experimental US Government
- Sudan Tribune
Includes latest news, reports, anaysis, maps, and news from different
regions of the Sudan.
- The Sudan Open Archive
The website offers free digital access to knowledge about Sudan. The
Archive is an expanding, full-text
database of historical and contemporary documents, with a linked
analytical guide to internet resources.
Sudanese Friends International
Founded in 1994, South Sudanese Friends International
(SSFI) is a grassroots organization committed
to grassroots solutions in southern Sudan. Resources
includes transcripts of the 1999 Dinka-Nuer
Peace and Reconciliation Conference
- Sudan Human Security Baseline Assesment (HSBA)
The Sudan Human Security Baseline Assessment (HSBA) is a multi-year research project administered by the Small Arms Survey, an independent research project of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Through the active generation and dissemination of timely empirical research, the project supports violence reduction initiatives.
Links to latest news, discussion board, country
information and related links to Sudan
- The Sudan
Studies Association (SSA)
The Sudan Studies Association (SSA) is an independent
professional society founded in the United States
in 1981. Membership is open to scholars, teachers,
students, and others with interest in the Sudan.
The Association exists primarily to promote
Sudanese studies and scholarship.
- Sudan: Colleges and
Include list of some Colleges and Universities
which has current websites, official and non-official.
Religion, Nationalism and Peace in Sudan
Transcripts from last US Institute of Peace
(USIP) September's conference on "Religion,
Nationalism and Peace in Sudan", is now available
on-line. There is also a brief write-up and
most of the conference papers are on-line as
Black Africa's Earliest Civilisation
This exhibit represents the 4,000 year feud between
the Sudan and Egypt. The exhibit was run at the
Institue du Monde Arabe in Paris until 08/97,
and it highlights some of the rivalries and grievances
which have been smouldering since the twilight
- A Country Study
Country study done by the Library of Congress,
covers history, geography, politics, culture,
- Bank of
Information about the central Bank, exchange
rate, periodicals, policies, etc.
Current news on relief-related projects from
Documents on Sudanese financial policies with
regard to IMF
Reports on World Bank projects in the Sudan
- Archaeology in the
The home of the earliest kingdoms and civilisations
south of the Sahara, the rich archaeological
heritage of Sudan and Nubia still remains little
known. In a vast country, archaeological work
is still thinly spread and under-resourced.
Newspapers articles, and photographs on slavery
- Sudan -
List from UN and US organizations on genocide
and human rights abuses in Sudan.
- Crimes of War:
Essays, discussion, slide show, and photographs
about human rights abuses by the Sudanese government.
and Agriculture in Sudan
Resources provided by by Food and Agriculture
Organization includes general country information,
food consumption, pest, food balance, meteorological
data, population, maps and satellite images,
Extensive guide of sites that list Sudan-related
topics: arts, business, news, government, science,
Operation Lifeline Sudan (OLS) was established
in April 1989. It is a consortium of two UN
agencies -- UNICEF and the World Food Programme
-- as well as more than 35 non-governmental
- Ahfad University
A private university in Sudan established in
1966, dedicated to educating women, strengthening
women's roles in national and rural development,
and achieving equity for women in Sudanese society
Contingent of Australia
Annotated essay link with photographs of participants
and medals from the Australian army that fought
in Sudan in 1885-1889
Archaeological Research Society
Founded in 1991 in UK with focus for everyone
interested in the archaeology of the Sudan.
The site provides links to publications, library
and archive, and related information.
Resources divided sections that cover laws,
elections, energy, embassies, government, political
parties, research centers, etc.
News Links: Sudan
Different media sources and news from Sudan,
and from abroad about Sudan.
Photographs of banknotes of Sudan, 1956-1994
Stamps of Sudan
Photographs of bird stamps from Sudan, 1951-1991
- The music of Sudan
This site provides information about popular Sudanese music.
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