Sudan has a strategic location in the heart of the African continent. Its borders are connected to seven African and Arab countries: Egypt, Libya, Chad, the Central African Republic,South Sudan ,the Federal Republic of Ethiopia and Eritrea, and the Red Sea separates Saudi Arabia from Sudan.
Sudan has a desert climate in the north while the rich Savannah and poor Savannah are found in western and central Sudan. The period from March to July is at a high temperature ranging from 42 to 27 and temperatures begin to decline at the start of the rainy season in July, which lasts until October, and the weather is mild during the period from November to February where the temperature ranges between 28 degrees Celsius Day and 16 ° C at night.
Official working hours
Institutions, ministries and the government sector are open at 7:30 am and 2:30 pm.
While banks and banks operate from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.
The capital of the three cities is Khartoum, Khartoum Bahri and Omdurman, the national and federal capital of the country, where the ministries, offices and government departments are based. The Federal Capital is located at the confluence of the Blue Nile and the White Nile and has been officially declared as the capital of Arab culture for 2005.
Sudan also has important cities such as Port Sudan, the main port of Sudan, as well as state capitals such as Dongola, El Fasher, Nyala and Wad Madani.
The most important agricultural crops:
Cotton – sesame – peanuts – sun flower – millet – Kurdish.
The banking sector:
Demographic and Social Indicators:
Sudan is about 1.88 million square kilometers and Sudan is one of the top 10 countries in the world.
Sudan’s population is estimated at 33.9 million people with population growth (2.6%) annually. About 75% of the economically active population is engaged in agricultural production, both animal and vegetable. And the proportion of the population under the age of fifteen about 42%, which means that the state of a young state and rely heavily on the next generation for the next ten years.
The system of government is the federal system. The Sudan is divided into 17 states. Each state has wide legislative and executive powers. The state elects its legislature, cabinet, and state government..
The most important imports:
The most important imports:
Gold – chrome – gypsum – marble – silver and manganese.
Sugar, soft water, biscuits, sweets, starch and glucose, cement, tires, stones, batteries, paints, textiles, ready-made clothes, shoes, refrigerators,
In the belief of the State of the importance of creating an environment conducive to investment, the Ministry of Federal Investment in 2003, which provided packages of advantages – the issuance of the investment law in 1999 amended 2000, and facilities to encourage investment in Sudan and focused on the following axes: