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Facts and figures

• Figures from 2003 show that an average 110 newborn babies are abandoned in Sudan’s capital Khartoum every month


Latest developments

• At the beginning of 2013 we expanded our work in the country and are now working with the Government to implement their national policy across nine separate states including White Nile and Gezira

• Sudan’s first ever Mother and Baby Unit was officially opened in Khartoum on the 29th of May 2013

• The first closure of an institution for babies in Sudan. The last baby left Amal institution in Gazira in 2015 and the Director General from the Ministry of Social Affairs declared a moratorium on any other babies entering the institution

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Preventing family breakdown

We stop children being separated from their families in the first place by supporting families to get back on their feet.

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