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Policy Brief On Refugees Negative Impact On Forests , Gedarif State , June 2021  2021.
Gedaref State is located in the eastern part of Sudan with an area of 73,000 Km2 , population of 2,250,000 people, forest of 1,314,000 and Livestock estimated of 10 million head (Sheep, Cows, Goats and Camels). The forests lose 2% of its resources annually because of irrational cutting, winds, Tonga farming, fire, over grazing and the conflict in Tigray region resulted in a flow of refugee
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Policy Brief On Maintenance and Improvement of Agriculture Feeder Roads , Sinnar State , April 2021  2021.
Most of the residents of the localities, especially the southern part of localities with high rainfall rates, Daly and Mazmoum locality, Abu Hogar locality, South part of Suki locality and Dinder locality, suffer from poor roads in general and un paved agricultural roads that enable them to carry out their daily life and agricultural activities, especially during the autumn season when the
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Most of the residents of the localities, especially the southern part of localities with high rainfall rates, Daly and Mazmoum locality, Abu Hogar locality, South part of Suki locality and Dinder locality, suffer from poor roads in general and un paved agricultural roads that enable them to carry out their daily life and agricultural activities, especially during the autumn season when the
Policy Brief On Constrains For Wheat Crop Production , White Nile State , April 2021  2021.
High importance of wheat production in the state; Wheat is a source of income to farmers and its highly contributed in the state food security, 124,819 feddans is the total wheat cultivated areas in state during the current the winter season; Low productivity and high cost of production including constrains during current harvesting time may affect future wheat crop production in the s
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High importance of wheat production in the state; Wheat is a source of income to farmers and its highly contributed in the state food security, 124,819 feddans is the total wheat cultivated areas in state during the current the winter season; Low productivity and high cost of production including constrains during current harvesting time may affect future wheat crop production in the s
Policy Brief , Mitigation Conflict Between Farmers and Pastoralists , White Nile Stat , August 2020  2020.
White Nile State repeatedly witness a sign of conflicts between farmers and pastoralists when pastoralist return back from South Sudan at the onset of the rainy season, the situation aggravated by squeezing the animal corridor and utilization of the natural grazing land into agriculture crop production , the situation may exacerbated more and can lead to more conflict and tribal and lo
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White Nile State repeatedly witness a sign of conflicts between farmers and pastoralists when pastoralist return back from South Sudan at the onset of the rainy season, the situation aggravated by squeezing the animal corridor and utilization of the natural grazing land into agriculture crop production , the situation may exacerbated more and can lead to more conflict and tribal and lo
Policy Brief , availability of stable food ,Gedarif State , March 2020  2020.
According to Gedaref crops markets reports the amount of sorghum transported monthly to the other states is (40,000 tons). If the movement of sorghum crop is continued with the same rate, the surplus will be broken within four months that means by the end of June. Any more transportation of sorghum out of the State will affect the availability and accessibility of the stable food for the resid
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According to Gedaref crops markets reports the amount of sorghum transported monthly to the other states is (40,000 tons). If the movement of sorghum crop is continued with the same rate, the surplus will be broken within four months that means by the end of June. Any more transportation of sorghum out of the State will affect the availability and accessibility of the stable food for the resid
Policy brief , Kassala State , January 2020  2020.
Except this year, the main Sorghum harvesting time (October to January) usually push price of sorghum down improving general food security situation in Kassala state and across the country, but its price getting higher than usual across all markets in kassala state. Current sorghum price soaring have been attributed mainly to the reduced planted and harvested areas only 300 ,000 Feddans in
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Except this year, the main Sorghum harvesting time (October to January) usually push price of sorghum down improving general food security situation in Kassala state and across the country, but its price getting higher than usual across all markets in kassala state. Current sorghum price soaring have been attributed mainly to the reduced planted and harvested areas only 300 ,000 Feddans in
Policy Brief On Mitigation Conflict Between Farmers and Pastoralists , White Nile State , August 2020  2020.
White Nile State repeatedly witness a sign of conflicts between farmers and pastoralists when pastoralist return back from South Sudan at the onset of the rainy season, the situation aggravated by squeezing the animal corridor and utilization of the natural grazing land into agriculture crop production , the situation may exacerbated more and can lead to more conflict and
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White Nile State repeatedly witness a sign of conflicts between farmers and pastoralists when pastoralist return back from South Sudan at the onset of the rainy season, the situation aggravated by squeezing the animal corridor and utilization of the natural grazing land into agriculture crop production , the situation may exacerbated more and can lead to more conflict and
Policy Brief On Availability of Stable Food,Gedarif State , March 2020  2020.
According to Gedaref crops markets reports the amount of sorghum transported monthly to the other states is (40,000 tons). If the movement of sorghum crop is continued with the same rate, the surplus will be broken within four months that means by the end of June. Any more transportation of sorghum out of the State will affect the availability and accessibility of the stable food for the re
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According to Gedaref crops markets reports the amount of sorghum transported monthly to the other states is (40,000 tons). If the movement of sorghum crop is continued with the same rate, the surplus will be broken within four months that means by the end of June. Any more transportation of sorghum out of the State will affect the availability and accessibility of the stable food for the re
Conservation Agriculture (CA) Policy Brief  2016.
Blue Nile State is the most agriculturally significant state, characterized by fertile soils and large cultivable lands. The traditional farming is one of the important farming systems that following the semi-mechanized system. Considerably, it ensures the livelihoods for the majority of the rural populations. The production under this sector is mainly for household consumption and local
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Blue Nile State is the most agriculturally significant state, characterized by fertile soils and large cultivable lands. The traditional farming is one of the important farming systems that following the semi-mechanized system. Considerably, it ensures the livelihoods for the majority of the rural populations. The production under this sector is mainly for household consumption and local
Policy brief on milk protection in the state  2016.
decreasing of quantity of milk protection in the state has negative reflection to self–sufficiency and distribution of milk to the consumers
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decreasing of quantity of milk protection in the state has negative reflection to self–sufficiency and distribution of milk to the consumers
Resilience analysis in Sudan – A Policy Brief  2016.
Since 1950s and for more than five decades, Sudan has been intermittently devastated by civil wars. Crises in Darfur, in the western part of the country, have led to a major humanitarian disaster, with an estimation of 2.7 million people displaced. In 2011, the southern part of the country has gained independence from the northern one: Sudan has split into two different nations, the Republic of Su
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Since 1950s and for more than five decades, Sudan has been intermittently devastated by civil wars. Crises in Darfur, in the western part of the country, have led to a major humanitarian disaster, with an estimation of 2.7 million people displaced. In 2011, the southern part of the country has gained independence from the northern one: Sudan has split into two different nations, the Republic of Su
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