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The lifting in 2018 of US economic sanctions applied since 1997 has not had the expected effect on the country's economy, which is mainly dependent on imports.

Deprived of about 75% of the oil resources now located in Southern Sudan since its independence in 2011, Sudan is facing soaring inflation that has caused several devaluations of its currency in 2018, with a direct impact on the living conditions of rural and urban population.

The decrease in armed clashes between rebel groups and government forces seems to be confirmed in Darfur, with the United Nations announcing the withdrawal of the peacekeeping mission in the region (UNAMID) in 2020.

On the ground, this improvement in the security situation and the signing of a tripartite agreement between the Chadian and Sudanese governments and the United Nations refugee agency announce an acceleration in the return of refugees who have fled the conflict.
Meanwhile, sporadic clashes between rebels and the government (particularly in the Jebel Marra area) or between different tribes continue to occur regularly.  In addition, the consequences of climatic disorders (floods, drought and fires) call for the maintenance of an emergency response capacity.

Acting in Sudan since 2004, TGH has rapidly expanded its programs in Central and West Darfur, despite a constantly precarious and complex situation.
From its six bases in Darfur, the association continuously monitors humanitarian needs and identifies priorities for action. It can thus both respond quickly to new emergency situations in coordination with other humanitarian actors, local authorities and national partners, and have a solid knowledge of the structural problems affecting populations.

In West Darfur, TGH works with vulnerable populations affected by the conflict, and mitigates the effects of chronic emergencies due to lack of access to some basic services or natural disasters.

TGH's multisectoral contribution saves lives while focusing on the empowerment of populations and the prospects for the return of displaced people.
TGH is strengthening the technical and material resources to boost agricultural and micro-economic activities in Geneina and Kreinik. In cooperation with local stakeholders, these actions help improve cereal and market gardening production as well as the physical and security environment.

In Central Darfur, TGH is strengthening sanitation and access to safe drinking water in the Golo town (Jebel Marra). This action complements the responses provided in Golo and elsewhere to food security needs: delivery of agricultural equipment, training or home garden activities (for self-consumption).

Finally, TGH supports returnees in Um Dukhun for access to basic services: education, water access (through community management of the infrastructure it has built), and development of sustainable livelihoods.


Awarness sessions – Kreinik, Central Darfur, 2018 © TGH

Strengthen the improvement of the access to sustainable WASH
and education services as well as livelihood opportunities

  • Funding : OCHA (SHF)
  • Beneficiaries: 40,750 people
  • Duration: 12 months - From 11/15/2019 to 11/14/2020
  • Budget: $650,000

To sustainably improve the access to basic WASH and education services for Kreinik protracted IDPs and host communities, while providing them with increased knowledge and access to livelihood opportunities.


Address the vital needs of vulnerable populations in Western and Central Darfur

Water, hygiene and sanitation
  • Funding : OFDA
  • Beneficiaries: 75,827 people
  • Duration: 12 months - From 10/01/2019 to 09/30/2020
  • Budget: €500,000

The proposed intervention aims to meet the basic WASH needs of 75,827 people by reducing the occurrence and spread of diseases and epidemics, including waterborne diseases. The programme contributes to the improvement of basic services, weakened by the pressure on existing resources from populations newly displaced by conflicts or people who have returned to their villages of origin after displacement.


Integrated multi-sectorial response to emergency and early recovery situations

  • Funding : SHF (OCHA)
  • Beneficiaries: 25,460 people
  • Duration: 12 months - From 07/15/2019 to 07/14/2020
  • Budget: €250,000

The project’s objective is to contribute to the improvement of basic services in a sustainable way for displaced, returned people and vulnerable host communities affected by the conflict in Golo town and surrounding villages in central Jebel Marra, Central Darfur.


Improve food security and livelihoods
for the most vulnerable households

Eau, hygiène et assainissement
  • Funding : Inter-ministerial Food Aid Committee (CIAA)
  • Beneficiaries: 10,050 people
  • Duration: 12 months - From 05/01/2019 to 04/30/2020
  • Budget: €250,000

TGH is improving the living conditions and reducing food and economic insecurity for the most vulnerable populations in Mukjar, Central Darfur.


USAID Taoufir Mia lil Djamia
Emergency assistance programme for vulnerable populations

Eau, hygiène et assainissement
  • Funding : Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA)
  • Beneficiaries: 52,610 people
  • Duration: 12 months - From 10/01/2018 to 09/30/2019
  • Budget: $500,000

The proposed intervention aims at addressing life-saving needs in terms of WASH services, in order to improve vulnerable populations’ health, reduce the spread of diseases and prevent epidemic outbreaks. The programme targets areas with massive influx of new IDPs or returnees in Central and West Darfur.


Distribution of seeds, Magan

Support programme for vulnerable populations

  • Funding: SHF (OCHA)
  • Beneficiaries: 18,770 people
  • Duration: 20 months - From 05/01/2018 to 12/15/2019
  • Budget: $260,000

A multisector approach, consisting of activities in the Water, Hygiene & Sanitation and Food Security and Education sectors, will strengthen economic resilience and improve food security, while building a solid foundation for sustainable solutions for returnees in Um Dukhun.


Assessing food security and livelihood needs, Golo

Food Security Programme

Sécurité alimentaire et moyens d'existence
  • Funding: SHF (OCHA)
  • Beneficiaries: 7,500 people
  • Duration: 12 months – From 05/01/2018 to 04/30/2019
  • Budget: $300,000

The objective of this programme is to address the basic and urgent food security and livelihood needs of populations displaced by conflicts in Darfur in the town of Golo through the distribution of improved seeds and cultivation tools, promotion of farming for self-consumption and provision of financial support.


Distribution of hygiene kits in Bindizi Balda

Emergency assistance for vulnerable populations

Sécurité alimentaire et moyens d'existence
  • Funding: Union européenne (UE)
  • Beneficiaries: 76,776 people
  • Duration: 24 months – From 04/01/2018 to 03/31/2020
  • Budget: €2,100,100

The objective of this programme is to provide a multisector response to emergency situations, while building local capacity to support population returns in dignity by mitigating risks related to climate hazards and water quality.


Restoration of an open well, Golo

Improving access to WASH services for vulnerable populations

Eau, hygiène et assainissement
  • Funding: SHF/OCHA
  • Beneficiaries: 100,796 people
  • Duration: 15 months – From 05/01/2018 to 07/31/2019
  • Budget: $400,000

The construction, maintenance and restoration of water infrastructure provides access to safe water for returnees and conflict-affected populations in Golo, Central Darfur.


Improving access to non-food items for vulnerable populations

  • Funding: Rapid Response Fund (International Organisation for Migration/ OFDA)
  • Beneficiaries: 4,475 people
  • Duration: 3,5 months - From 03/15/2018 to 08/30/2018
  • Budget: $249,825

With a view to restoring minimum human dignity to vulnerable households in villages around the city of Golo, this programme covers their basic needs for non-food items, meets their basic needs and provides protection from climatic hazards.


Support programme for vulnerable populations

Sécurité alimentaire et moyens d'existence
  • Funding: French Development Agency
  • Beneficiaries: 268,348 people
  • Duration: 36 months - From 07/01/2017 to 06/30/2020
  • Budget: €520,000

The programme will improve the food security of the peasant populations of Bindizi (Central Darfur) and Geneina and Kreinik (West Darfur), as well as the production and valorization conditions.


Emergency water point, Muradaf

Maintain, expand and improve the humanitarian emergency response

  • Funding: ECHO
  • Beneficiaries: 371,848 people
  • Duration: 12 months - From 04/01/2017 to 03/31/2019
  • Budget: €1,250,000

Ensure a timely emergency response to reduce mortality and morbidity and prevent disease in Darfur's vulnerable communities affected by chronic and complex emergencies.



January 2018 / May 2019

Integrated support programme for returnees and host communities

This programme focuses on the rehabilitation of missing basic services in the water, hygiene and sanitation, food security and education sectors, while building community capacity in order to strengthen their resilience and assist them in developing coping mechanisms.


March 2018 / July 2018

Improve access to non-food items and improved emergency shelter

The most basic non-food and shelter needs of vulnerable households are covered in the villages of Selele, Dangaleg, Karakara and Amood Alardiab, through the organization of a fair and the distribution of emergency shelter kits.


May 2017 / July 2018

Addressing the urgent immediate needs of the population in the return areas

TGH is laying the foundations for sustainable solutions to strengthen the resilience of the populations who have returned to the villages of Beltebei, Garaia and Magan: water supply, hygiene in schools and education, and access to new livelihoods in the agricultural sector.


May 2017 / April 2018

Improve WASH services

TGH addresses the most urgent needs in terms of access to water, hygiene and sanitation in the city of Golo, by increasing the supply of water currently available. Hygiene promotion messages are also widespread and more sanitation and hygiene facilities are being established in the schools and hospital in the city.