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Economy of Sudan

According to businesscarriers, Sudan is one of the underdeveloped countries and is one of the poorest countries in the world. GDP $12.2 billion, per capita income $385 (2001). Inflation – 10% (2001). The basis of the economy is agriculture, which employs approx. 80% of the economically active population. It accounts for 45% of GDP. The… Read More »

Sudan Population and Economy

Population According to estimates by international organizations, the population of the Sudan in 1998 amounted to 28,292. 000 residents. Population growth continues to be very strong: in the period 1990 – 95 the birth rate was around 40 ‰ (in 1970 – 75 it was 45 ‰), while the death rate, in the same period,… Read More »

Sudan in the Early 21st Century

A strong and widespread conflict characterized the life of the Sudan in the last decades of the 20th century. The violence and the endemic nature of the traditional conflict between the northern and southern parts of the country had in fact caused the outbreak of other local wars, destined to further radicalize divisions and antagonisms… Read More »

Sudan Human and Economy Geography

Northeast African state. On the occasion of a census carried out in 1993, the population of the Republic of Sudan amounted to 26 million residents: after that date no other census surveys were held due to the persistence of the civil war. According to an evaluation by the United Nations, in 2006 the population was… Read More »

Sudan Defense and Security

Sudan Madhu (Madras 1966) Indian computer scientist. After graduating from Delhi and a doctorate in computer science from the University of California at Berkeley, he became a professor of computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit). His contributions to various areas of theoretical computer science are notable, including the theory of probabilistically verifiable… Read More »

Sudan Population and Society

Population and society The complex ethnic, linguistic and religious identity of Sudan is combined with a young population and in strong growth, which according to 2012 estimates would have reached almost 38 million. The Arabs, descendants of the ancient conquerors, are the most important group and constitute 70% of the population. They are mainly concentrated… Read More »

Sudan Geopolitics

Having achieved independence from the Anglo-Egyptian condominium in 1956, Sudan has been torn apart for much of its recent history by the conflicts between the various cultural, religious and economic components which then produced, in 2011, the secession of South Sudan. In relation to the principle of colonial derivation of the intangibility of borders, which… Read More »

Sudan Economy and Education

According to PHYSICSCAT, Sudan, whose official name is the Republic of Sudan or Republic of the Sudan, is a country in Africa, located in the northeast of the continent. Until the independence of South Sudan it was the largest country in Africa. It is an eminently flat country. A large number of different ethnic groups coexist in it. It is generally a… Read More »

Sudan History

Three Kushite and Meroitic kingdoms, including the Napata and the Ballana culture, were established in the north and center of the territory that is now Sudan since ancient times; the region was also called as the Kingdom of Nubia and those civilizations flourished mainly on the river Nile from the first to the sixth cataract. These kingdoms were influenced by Ancient Egypt, and then they influenced the Egyptians.… Read More »

Sudan State Overview

The country is a member of the United Nations, the African Union and the Non-Aligned Movement Geography According to PHARMACYLIB, Sudan is located in North Africa, on the shores of the Red Sea, between Egypt and Eritrea. It is partly crossed by the Nile and its tributaries. Until the separation of the country it was the largest country on the African continent. In the… Read More »