Project costs and partner organisations in Sudan


Programme costs € 829,294
Spent via self implemented programme € 747,840
Spent via partner programmes € 81,454
War Child active since 1998

   

Partner organisations

  • Nine youth groups helped to promote children's psychosocial wellbeing, raise awareness about gender-linked violence and provide information on the dangers of landmines. 
  • Action groups in IDP communities set goals to (1) prevent and react against violations of children's rights by developing mechanisms for reporting family and social violence and (2) create an environment in which education, attending school, basic skills and child care are encouraged. 
  • The Sudanese Organisation for Education and Development and the Khartoum State Council for Child Welfare (KSCW) became War Child's partners in providing training courses for teachers, social workers and other welfare workers.


Sudanese children at a creative workshop

Number of employees

Expats1 3
Oroject staff 2 8
Support Staff3 28
 

1 Expatriates: are Country Directors and location managers.
2 Project staff: consists of managers, aid workers, and financial administrators.
3 Support staff: consists of drivers, guards, etc

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