Civil Society Development and Youth Participation in Sudan
We work with civil society organizations and local governments to advance civic participation.
Working to ensure a more inclusive government that is representative of and responsive to all of Sudan’s citizens.
In 11 states including: Darfur, South Kordofan, Blue Nile, Kassala and Khartoum.
Building the capacity of civil society organizations to engage with their local governments.
As the Republic of Sudan continues on its path towards peace and reconciliation, local civil society organizations (CSOs) have sought to create solutions to various political, economic and social issues. As they look to more effectively participate in the ongoing National Dialogue, there is a need to support both government and civil society as they work together to ensure a more inclusive government that is representative of and responsive to all of Sudan’s citizens.
Civil Society Development Program (CSDP) partners with Sudanese organizations across 11 States to advance common goals between civil society and local governments while acting as a facilitator for citizen interests. This will be achieved by building the capacity of partner organizations to engage professionally and appropriately in non-partisan open dialogues with their respective local governments.
Funder: United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
Collaborators: Ministry of International Cooperation