1. DIG Work Profile

     January 1998 – June 2016


    Since its establishment in 1997, DIG has conducted 328 assignments for more 92 bodies including national and international NGOs, UN agencies, the World Bank, governmental departments and community groups (CBOS) in Sudan, Egypt, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, and Nigeria.

    1. DIG Clients:

    DIG has successfully served big number of clients including local and international NGOs, development programs, community-based organization, governmental agencies, and UN agencies, providing a wide range of services to meet variety of development needs.DIG operations covered all Sudan states and have expanded outside Sudan to cover Yemen, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Nigeria. The DIG clients list includes:

    1.1 DIG Clients in Sudan:

    1. The World Bank
    2. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
    3. The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF)
    4. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
    5. The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
    6. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
    7. The United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA)
    8. The Multi-Donors Trust Fund (MDTF)
    9. The Global Fund (GF)
    10. The World Health Organization (WHO)
    11. The Arab Gulf Programme for United Nations Development Organizations (AGFUND)
    12. Qatar Charitable Foundation – Sudan
    13. Sheikh Eid Charitable Foundation – Sudan
    14. PLAN International
    15. ADRA International
    16. Sudanese AIDS Network (SAN)
    17. Sudan National AIDS Program (SNAP)
    18. PADCO AECOM – Sudan
    19. AECOM – Sudan
    20. UNAIDS Sudan
    21. SUDIA – Sudan
    22. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) – Germany
    23. Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG)
    24. International Rescue Committee (IRC)
    25. SOS Sahel – UK
    26. SOS Sahel – Sudan
    27. Save the Children (SCF) – UK
    28. Community Housing Fund (CHF) – USA
    29. Save the Children Sweden
    30. ACORD
    31. HelpAge International
    32. DED – Germany
    33. Swedish Free Mission (SFM)
    34. Ockenden International
    35. GOAL – Ireland
    36. Hope & Homes – UK
    37. Action on Disability and Development (ADD)
    38. Global Sub-Recipient Capacity Building Program
    39. Voters Education Initiative
    40. Community Development Fund Project (CDF)
    41. The National Centre for Peace and Development
    42. Sudan Family Planning Association
    43. Mutaawinat Benevolent Group
    44. Capacity Building for Conflict Transformation and Peace Building Project
    45. Sudan Productive Capacity Recovery Program (SPCRP)
    46. Eastern Woman Development Organization
    47. Dabiwa Youth Development Organization
    48. Khartoum Private Education Corporation – Al Gabass Schools
    49. North Kordofan Rural Development Project (NKRDP)
    50. South Kordofan Rural Development Project (SKRDP)
    51. Azza Women Association
    52. Sudanese Village Concept Project
    53. Ariaf Development Association
    54. Bijah Students Association
    55. Ma’an Organization for Development
    56. Sudanese Development Pioneers
    57. Sudan Peace and Development Project (SPDP)
    58. Sudan Productive Capacity Recovery Programme (SPRCP)
    59. Sudan Diabetes Programs Promotion Organization (SDPPO
    60. Sudanese Consumer Protection Society
    61. Community Development Association (CDA) – Sudan
    62. Sudan House of Learning
    63. Sudanese Development Pioneers (SDP)
    64. Food Security & Income Development Project
    65. Sheikh Eid Charitable Foundation
    66. El Rahad Locality – North Kordofan State
    67. Sudanese Council of Voluntary Agencies (SCOVA)
    68. Revitalization the Sudan Gum Arabic Production and Marketing Project
    69. Community Development Association (CDA)
    70. The Nubian Student Union
    71. The Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS)
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