Sudan: The Sad Memoirs of Nile Floods
Water resources and civil defense authorities are sending alarm signals about a high jump in water levels in the River Nile and its tributaries. Read more »
Sudan: Emerging Nile Islands and Disappearing Traits of Fishermen's Life... Is This a Phenomenon or a Radical Change?
"Everything has changed these days, even the Nile is no longer as generous as it has always been, our catch is diminishing and its banks are drying," Hamza Ahmed Abdul Gadir, a… Read more »
Sudan: Blessing in Disguise
Having toured a large area of Kordufan region, a central western Sudan Savana area, with bushes dotting most surrounding in the rainy season, the Governor, Al- Tom Al Fadil,… Read more »
Sudan: Living in Garbage Dump
Sad mourners sitting at the home of a deceased Sufi leader in Khartoum all of a sudden heard sharp cries and wailing from a woman outside. Rushing outside to see what went wrong,… Read more »
Sudan: Monkey's Revenage
A middle-aged woman from a village in Central Darfur was able to free her husband from the jaws of a vengeful monkey that attacked him while working on his farm. Read more »
December 01, 2017
Sudan: Nile Waters - Promises and Threats
Written by Sudan's most famous politician of modern times, Mr. Sadig al-Mahdi (twice elected prime minister (1967) and (1986-1989); this book was published in 2000 but has of late… Read more »
November 02, 2017
Sudan: Ambassador Braves Risky Blue Nile Waters to Encourage Safe Swimming
Netherlands Ambassador to Sudan Dr. Karin Boven has crossed the deep, and often hazardous, River Nile waters in a move meant to raise public awareness about the techniques of safe… Read more »
June 02, 2017
Sudan: The Nile Basin Cooperative Framework Agreement - the Impasse is Breakable!
The following post is by Dr. Salman M.A. Salman, an academic researcher and consultant on water law and policy and Editor-in-Chief of Brill Research Perspectives, International… Read more »
May 02, 2017
Sudan: From Inside the Dindir Natural Game Reserve
It was my first experience with photographing scenes from Sudan's wildlife. Read more »
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