The CocaCola Foundation (TC-CF) and Mercy Corps announced the launch of a humanitarian response partnership in Sudan as part of the Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN) which will bring safe water access to over 180,000 individuals, including 105,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Darfur and South Kordofan State (SKS) regions.
After 15 years of war in Sudan, an estimated 4.8 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, including 2.3 million IDPs. The build-up of IDPs in Darfur and SKS due to protracted regional conflict has strained limited resources and basic services available to the host communities – leading to a humanitarian emergency. It is estimated that this strain on local resources and environments has pushed the water-service delivery level at nearly half of IDP camps to critical sub-standard level (water supply is less than 7.5 liters per person per day). Adequate water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services are critical to averting humanitarian disasters and are a requisite for stability and sustainable development – for all communities
Celebrating DAL Food achievements in 2016. Courtesy of DAL Food Strategy..
In celebration of the first Sudan Food Festival 2015 (STFF)
In celebration of the first Sudan Traditional Food Festival, DAL Food employees brought the new corporate brand to life by arriving at work in traditional Sudanese dress, marking the occasion with a morning gathering of Tea, Lligeimat, and music.
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A display of color and culture was witness last night as DAL Cultural Forum launched the book Regional Folk Costumes of the Sudan by Griselda El Tayib.
A newly written book by the esteemed researcher, artist of Sudanese Folklore and widow of the late Abdullah El Tayib.
We listened to his ideas, trying to get to know him better and we also talked about Sudanese “Oud House” to be opened soon. Chatting with Naseer Shamma, the Iraqi musician and Oudplayer. Musical works of Mujahid Khalid and Abdelgadir Ibrahim were performed. Previous Next
Dal cultural Forum celebrated on Friday 15 December the launch of Abdalla Bola’s book ‘Dialogues”. ”Dialogues” elicited many discussions on some critical issues such as cultural identity, cultural diversity, democracy, knowledge, and other issues of importance on the cultural and intellectual scenes. These discussions which took place between 1975 and 2001 revolved around current issues […]
The prize giving ceremony of the Mahgoub Mohammed Salih Award for Sudanese Journalism
Sudanese cities are diverse in terms of climate, resources, stories, and their famous figures as well as their music, songs, and economic and social histories overall. Dal Cultural Forum invites you to take a closer at this city and talk about it. Speaking of Cities– Al Gadarif edition- is presented by Mr Mustafa Alsayed Khalil. […]
People with disabilities encounter more challenges when it comes to their active and full participation in the community compared to other categories in society, even though their contribution to social issues should be as self-evident as any other. In fact, we still see cases where families hide their children with disabilities behind closed doors out […]
Dal Cultural Forum remembers Sudanese departed legends who are still present with their musical and artistic masterpieces. Ramadan evenings of Dal Cultural Forum under the theme “The forgotten Present”.
Khartoum – A delegation representing a number of American companies, headed by Ms. Florie Liser, visited Dal Food…Learn More