Partners

UNICEF structure in Sudan

Effective partnerships for children

Investing in the children of Sudan

 

The role of development partners

The support of the international community, and its various funding structures and mechanisms, is vital to the long-term development of Sudan and the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. UNICEF works closely with such development partners, both in Sudan and through donor capitals around the world, to discuss priorities for children and encourage targeted investments that support service delivery and the strengthening of capacity.

Many donors to UNICEF play an active role in discussions with the Government of National Unity and the Government of Southern Sudan to maximise the impact of their contributions, with UNICEF viewed as a trusted party of all actors in helping coordinate and support the use of such assistance at national, state, district and community level.

The links below take you to details of just some of the ways in which international donors are supporting women and children across Sudan.

Across the generations - Dubai Cares helps to build the foundations of education in rural Sudan.

Japanese support creates further opportunities for girls' education

Paris in the Southern Sudan springtime - aid effectiveness in action

How the support of the European Commission ensured rapid assistance for families displaced by the Lords' Resistance Army in Southern Sudan

An investment on return: UNICEF and ECHO support the formerly displaced families of eastern ‎Sudan

Dubai shows how it cares, investing in Sudan's education systems

Bringing improved health care to the people of Darfur, in partnership with ECHO

The United States helps rush supplies to flood-affected communities

With help from Japan, Southern Sudan rebuilds its schools

 

 
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