World Vision’s history in Sudan dates back to 1983 when it was operational for five years until 1988 when it closed. World Vision resumed operations in Sudan in June of 2004 in response to the Darfur crisis. Later on, the organisation opened field offices in Khartoum and Blue Nile States.
World Vision Sudan runs relief, recovery and development programmes that benefit more than 1.5 million people directly and indirectly. It provides services in the sectors of food aid, water and sanitation, health and nutrition, childcare, gender development education, as well as agriculture and natural resource management.
Click on image below or here, for an overview of World Vision's Sudan Country Office capacity in key sectors.
World Vision's 2016-2020 strategy is aligned to World Vision's global strategy 2030 which calls for 'Deepening of our commitment to the world's most vulnerable.