Our Vision

Building a Sudan for All


The promoted policies of failed national governments following independence, which spread civil wars and destroyed the productivity of the Sudanese rural population, and led to their displacement to the main cities where they took up a number of professions that have expanded the informal sector, such as tea makers, artisans and street vendors, and they did not paid attention to the expansion of this sector, which currently employs about 70% of the Sudanese labor force.

The Sudanese Congress Party pays great attention to this sector and is working to push through the enactment of legislation that protects these workers and prevents the authorities from encroaching upon their legal rights. We also emphasize the need for the state to encourage banks to allocate a certain percentage of financing funds for workers in this sector. And that the State shall undertake to provide the necessary training and qualifications to raise the productivity of these workers which in turn improves the quality of the product or service provided and making it more competitive.


  • Agriculture

    The Sudan, with its huge livestock, vast land and abundant water resources, has the potential for an agricultural renaissance...

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  • Alternative Energy

    The Sudanese Congress Party is working to implement the following policies in the field of alternative energy and climate change...

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  • Communication

    The State is the body that organizes the business in this sector and participates to a limited degree in its development....

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  • Dams

    Dams fall within the framework of water projects for the purpose of conserving and developing the water resources of the country...

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Building A Sudan for All