In Sudan, World Vision operations are funded through donations from private donors and public institutions (such as multilateral organisations), as well as United Nations and government agencies.
World Vision implements a combination of short-term emergency lifesaving projects, as well as multi-year projects across the four states of East Darfur, South Darfur, Blue Nile and South Kordofan. A few projects are implemented through consortiums, where World Vision is either the lead or the implementing agency.
Interventions target the most vulnerable displaced persons (both internally and refugees), members of the host communities and families returning to their homes, after years of being away largely due to conflict (commonly referred to as returnees).
Below is an overview of some of our ongoing projects
Integrated General Food Distribution, Cash-Based Transfer, school meals for children, Food for Assets, and Community Nutrition Integrated Platform in East Darfur, South Darfur and South Kordofan states. Targeting vulnerable IDPs, refugees and host communities.
- Donor: World Food Programme
Livelihoods and Agricultural Infrastructure Development (LAID) project
The goal of this project is to contribute to increasing stability and economic well-being of conflict-affected and vulnerable communities in South Darfur. By 2023, the project hopes to have contributed to the well-being of over 200,000 people within vulnerable communities in South Darfur state, as direct beneficiaries. The project focuses on: Agriculture, livelihoods and economic opportunities, basic water and irrigation infrastructure and social cohesion
- Donor: German Development Cooperation, through KfW Development Bank,
is providing funding for this Project
- Budget: EUR 11,000,000; with match fund from World Vision Germany: EUR 1,000,000
- Project factsheet
Regional project to reduce the vulnerability of crisis-affected people, especially IDPs, returnees and most vulnerable host communities in Baidoa (Somalia), East Darfur (Sudan), Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Warrap (South Sudan) through emergency shelter, WASH, health and nutrition interventions, humanitarian cash transfers, and early warning systems and protection activities
The objective of this project is to reduce the vulnerability of crisis-affected people, especially IDPs, returnees and the most vulnerable host communities through water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), primary health care, food security, cash transfers and protection measures.
- Donor: German Federal Foreign Office, is providing funding for this project
- Budget: EUR 3,400,000
Unlocking Literacy project in Sudan (ULP-S).
The project is geared towards building the resilience of vulnerable communities in Blue Nile state, southeast of Sudan, delivered through improving the quality of education services.
- Donor: Irish Aid
Multi-sector Response in Blue Nile, South Darfur and East Darfur
The project focuses on provision of integrated health, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and livelihoods services in Blue Nile, East and South Darfur, targeting vulnerable internally displaced persons (IDPs), refugees, host communities and returnees.
- Donor: USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance
Some of World Vision's donors and partners
USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)
GFFO German Federal Foreign Office
GAC Global Affairs Canada
KfW German Development Bank
Irish Aid Ireland Government
OCHA United Nations Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
UNHCR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
UNICEF United Nations Children’s Fund
WFP World Food Programme
SHF/UNDP Sudan Common Humanitarian Fund- United Nations Development Programme
World Vision's projects are also funded through individual private donors who mostly fund our private non-sponsorship (PNS) projects.
*Project has been counted in different categories, but the same project.
We are still reminiscing over the just concluded European Commission-funded project
*The European Commission-funded agriculture project for smallholder farmers in Blue Nile state, was World Vision's largest funding for resilience and development, implemented over a period of five years from 2015 until November 2019. Our deepest gratitude goes out to the European Union and its people for this long-term funding, whose lasting impact will be felt in the community of Blue Nile, for years to come.
Watch VIDEO that shows a glimpse of the impact of the project, documented on the last day of the annual farmers celebrations.