Today 24.Feb.2017
Last update : 2017-02-22, 3:33 pm
in Khartoum
  • Development of Dairies in Khartoum State


    KHARTOUM (SUDAN)—The Sudan, with its geographically strategic position, possesses an enormous animal wealth counting around 140 million head of cattle, sheep, goats and camels in the lead of both Arab and African region and occupying more..

  • AOAD Celebrates Arab Agriculture Day

    Dr. al-Zidjale

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) The Arab Organization for Agricultural Development (AOAD) has urged the Arab countries to pay concern with the strategic stock of food commodities and with investment in it on a commercial profit basis to more..

  • The Nubian Folklore Games in North Sudan

    game 1

    Khartoum (Sudanow) How blissful, cheerful, thrilling, illustrious and memorable the innocent childhood days are with nothing of concern except playing around and chasing domestic animals, tirelessly grazing them in the valleys and wandering with them more..

  • Badya Center: A Model of Successful Civil Society’s Peacebuilding Interventions

    Mr. Mohamed al-Amin

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The issues of peaceful coexistence, social peace and resolution of conflicts have posed a formidable challenge to stability and sustainable development in South and West Kordofan which experienced seven years of stability that followed more..

  • Private Sector Spearheads Realization of Arab Food Security


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) The President of the Sudanese Businessmen Union, Saud al-Birair, has suggested that the Arab and Islamic chambers of commerce, industry and agriculture establish partnerships with the Sudanese Businessmen Union for carrying out two more..

  • Socioeconomic Change Creates Social Shift from Horizontal to Vertical Housing


    Khartoum (Sudanow) Rising need for housing has caused a tremendous encroachment of residential areas on farm lands. The spree for building new homes has also caused land prices to escalate to magnitudes not known before. more..

  • Palm Leaf Industries Brace For a Fight

    Batool's shop in Omdurman market

    Khartoum (Sudanow) To make ends meet, Batool, an elederly but energetic woman of 70, manufactures straw brooms. Her specialization is brooms made from palm leaves. “I have inherited this trade from my grandmothers and, God more..

  • Some Aspects of Cultural Relations between al-Maghrib and the Nilotic Sudan (15th-19th Century A.D)


    Khartoum (Sudanow) Going through the attempts of recording the Sudan history, one will find out that Professor Yusuf Fadl Hassan has long realized the importance of verification of the manuscripts from different copies and from more..

  • Sudan’s GDP to increase in 2015

    Cotton- Gazira Agricultural Scheme

    Khartoum, Sept.11,2014 (Sudanow) Sudan’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is predicted to recede slightly this year to 2.7% because of fiscal consolidation and is projected to reach 3.8 in 2015. According to the African Economic more..

  • PCP Adamant About National Dialogue


    Khartoum (Sudanow)-The enthusiastic response of the opposition Popular Congress Party(PCP) towards the National Dialogue called for by the government has raised doubts and dismay among the party’s former allies in the opposition camp. Those doubts more..