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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 and the one, established in 2020, in South Kordofan, the NGO continuously monitors humanitarian needs and identifies priorities for action. It can thus respond quickly to both 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 a safe environment for the beneficiary populations.

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).

TGH also 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.

Finally, TGH is opening a new project in consortium with the NGO Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) in the sub-district of El Abassiya in South Kordofan. Indeed, the region has suffered from conflicts, pitting the predominantly Muslim populations in the North of the country against those in the South, who are mostly Christian and animist, since Sudan's independence in 1956. These clashes have been characterized by massive population displacements, a drop in agricultural production impacting food security, a deterioration of basic services including reduced access to drinking water and a deterioration of education and health services. TGH teams are therefore actively working to provide adequate and sufficient water access to the population as well as to facilitate access to an improved school environment and sustainable learning conditions for students in the targeted localities. At the same time, the NGO PUI ensures the improvement and access to health services in particular by strengthening the technical platforms of health facilities, by supporting prevention activities or by building the capacity of health staff through trainings.

From 2020, as in most countries, the health situation in Sudan has deteriorated due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Due to a lockdown that lasted several months, much of the activities underway during the first wave of the virus had to be suspended by TGH. As a result, the majority of programmes in Sudan had had to adapt in order to complete the planned activities in compliance with the recommended barrier gestures and hygiene measures.


Students benefiting from school kits at the Tabassa boys' school, locality of Al Abassiya - Soudan © TGH

Integrated response to emergency needs in Nutrition, WASH

  • Funding: CDCS
  • Beneficiaries Direct: 105,354 people
  • Duration: 13 months - From 09/10/2023 to 07/31/2024
  • Budget: 4,000,000 EUROS for the consortium
  • Budget: 1,335,000 EUROS for TGH

The purpose of this project is to provide lifesaving and life-sustaining emergency support to conflict-affected populations in Gedaref, Al Jazirah, Khartoum. The consortium aims to use a multisectoral and integrated approach in order to respond to urgent basic needs in the most affected areas, including food assistance, health, nutrition, protection, shelter, wash and using Multi Purpose Cash Assistance.


Distribution of hygiene kits in Kereneik, Darfur - Soudan © TGH

Multisectoral emergency response to conflict affected populations in Darfur States

  • Funding: USAID - BHA
  • Beneficiaries: 394,589 persons
  • Duration: 12 months - From 01/09/2023 to 31/08/2024
  • Budget: 7,000,000 USD for the consortium
  • Budget: Almost 2,000,000 USD for TGH

The purpose of this project is to provide lifesaving and life-sustaining emergency support to conflict-affected populations in the states of Darfur. The consortium aims to use a multisectoral and integrated approach in order to respond to urgent basic needs in the most affected areas, including food assistance, health, nutrition, protection, shelter and wash.


Ventilated Improved Pit (VIP) latrine built at Sabinga Primary School, Jebel Marrah locality, Central Darfur ©TGH

Integrated response to emergency needs in Nutrition, WASH

  • Funding: ECHO
  • Beneficiaries: 189,588 individuals
  • Duration: 15 months - From 04/01/2023 to 06/31/2024
  • Budget: 10,000,000 EUROS for the consortium
  • Budget: 10,000,000 EUROS for TGH

The purpose of this intervention is to extend life-saving WASH, health, and nutrition services to affected populations, whose numbers increased, in locations identified on the basis of their vulnerability, and the consortium’s capacity to deploy and respond swiftly.


Provision of lifesaving emergency WASH intervention in response to conflict in Central and North Jebal Marraha localities of Central Darfur

Water, hygiene and sanitation
  • Funding: Sudan Humanitarian Fund
  • Beneficiaries: 53,000 individuals
  • Duration: 10 months - From 02/15/2023 to 12/31/2023
  • Budget total: 450,000 USD

TGH is responding to the most acute needs of communities affected by conflict and drought in the central and northern parts of Jebal Marah.


Improving nutritional status and food security of families with acute malnutrition in Al-Geneina, West Darfur, Sudan

  • Funding: Comité Interministériel d’Aide Alimentaire (CIAA) /
    Ambassade de France
  • Beneficiaries: 31,210 individuals
  • Duration: 15 months - From 10/01/2022 to 12/31/2023
  • Budget total: EUR 550,000

Reducing food insecurity and malnutrition among families of Al Geneina


Multi-sectoral interventions Health, WASH, Protection and FSL in Bendisi, Wadi Salih and Nertiti of Central Darfur State

  • Funding: SHF
  • Beneficiaries: 198 603 individuals
  • Duration: 16 months - From 08/21/2022 to 12/31/2023
  • Total cost of the project: 3,075,929 USD
  • TGH’s budget: 511,621 USD

Provision of multi-sectoral interventions to ensure that beneficiaries receive holistic benefits, thereby helping to alleviate human suffering and promote individual well-being.



January 2023 / December 2023

Youth empowerment in civic spaces to advance peace-building in West Darfur (Phase 2)

The project corresponds to the second phase of the action carried out by UNHCR and TGH in 2022. Building on the achievements of the initial phase, the project aims to further consolidate the peace process already underway.


August 2022 / May 2023

Integrated multi-sectoral response to emergency and early recovery situations regarding WASH

This project aims to contribute to addressing the needs of the most vulnerable people affected by the conflicts in West Darfur, in a context of increasing inter-communal violence, as illustrated by the massive clashes and displacement that took place in different localities in 2021 and 2022.


July 2022/ March 2023

Youth empowerment in civic spaces to advance peace-building in West Darfur

With this project, TGH will support young women and young men from Geneina and Kereinik localities to claim civic spaces and promote civic engagement and leadership.


May 2023/ February 2023

Provision of emergency WASH, Protection, and shelter intervention in response to conflict and drought in West Darfur

The project aims to enable crisis-affected populations of Kereinik and Sirba localities to access adequate shelter, WASH and protection solutions that provide safety, security, and space to live in a dignified manner.


November 2021/ March 2022

Lifesaving and emergency response of the acute needs of conflict affected IDPs in North Jebel Marrah

TGH provides IDPs in the Sabanga and Aja villages, in Central Darfur, affected by conflict and in need of basic needs assistance. The distribution of non-food items and dignity kits is implemented towards the most vulnerable.


August 202/ August 2022

Acute emergency response and resilience building for vulnerable communities affected by conflict

TGH follows an integrated approach, combining Emergency Shelter/Non-Food Items, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and Education interventions in Darfur, towards IDPs.


May 2021/ April 2022

Strengthening food security and economic opportunities for returnees and host communities in Um Dukhun

The aim of the project is to enable vulnerable and food insecure communities in Um Dukhun locality to have access to improved, secure, diversified and resilient livelihoods.


September 2020/ February 2022

Support to the sustainable revival of basic services in the sub-district of El Abassiya in South Kordofan

The aim of this project is to improve access to basic services for the most vulnerable populations in the sub-district of El Abassiya in South Kordofan.


April 2021/ November 2021

Emergency WASH Response for conflict affected IDPs Kreinik locality

The aim of the project is to provide a life-saving response to new IDPs following recent clashes in Kreinik localities (West Darfur), restoring minimal human dignity and ensuring the coverage of their basic water, sanitation and hygiene primary needs and protection


February 2020/ July 2021

Provision of a continuous and improved lifesaving response to the acute needs of vulnerable population

Following the natural disasters and conflicts that affect the living conditions of the populations in different regions of Darfur, the project aims to provide them with a safe, secure and dignified environment.


December 2019 / March 2021

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

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.


January 2017 / March 2021

Support programme for vulnerable populations

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.


October 2019 / January 2021

Address the vital needs of vulnerable populations

The proposed intervention aims to meet the basic WASH needs of 75,827 people by reducing the occurrence and spread of diseases and epidemics. The programme contributes to the improvement of basic services, weakened by the pressure on existing resources from populations newly displaced by conflicts.


July 2019 / December 2020

Integrated multi-sectorial response to emergency and early recovery situations

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.


February 2020 / October 2020

Emergency assistance to internally displaced persons and refugees in Darfur

This project aims to contribute to the protection of populations exposed to human and environmental risks in Darfur, with a special focus on internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the locality of El Geneina (West Darfur) and on Central African Republic refugees in the locality of Um Dukhun (Central Darfur).


May 2019 / July 2020

Improve food security and livelihoods
for the most vulnerable households

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


April 2018 / March 2020

Emergency assistance for vulnerable populations

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.


October 2018 / September 2019

USAID Taoufir Mia lil Djamia - Emergency assistance programme

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.


May 2018 / December 2019

Support programme for vulnerable populations

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.


May 2018 / April 2019

Food Security Programme

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.


May 2018 / July 2019

Improving access to WASH services for vulnerable populations

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


March 2018 / August 2018

Improving access to non-food items for vulnerable populations

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.


April 2017 / Mars 2019

Maintain, expand and improve the humanitarian emergency response

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.


September 2016 / May 2017

Towards the mitigation of the negative effects of El Niño on the food insecurity

In order to mitigate the negative impacts caused by the El Niño phenomenon, TGH is working in various sectors to reduce community tensions, mainly between livestock breeders and farmers, related to drought and pasture depletion.


January 2015 / January 2018

Towards improved Food Security and Livelihoods

Overall, the action strives to support Food Security by enhancing vulnerable smallholders’ capacities to produce and access food in a context of absence of development investment schemes in Darfur.


May 2016 / April 2017

The setting-up and strengthening of the emergency assistance

TGH is strengthening its emergency response in the water, hygiene and sanitation sector in order to meet the growing needs of returning refugee and displaced populations in the town of Um Dukhun.


April 2016 / March 2017

Strengthen the emergency response, risk mitigation

In order to cope with massive population displacements, TGH has chosen to develop an emergency response together with an action aiming to improve the resilience of populations to enable them to better cope in the event of new shocks.


December 2015 / January 2017

Provision of non-food items and emergency shelters to vulnerable populations

This project aims to distribute non-food items to previously identified populations in the towns of Bindizi, Mukjar and Um Dukhun in Central Darfur.


January 2014 / January 2017

Enhancing the contribution of local actors to sustainable development and to the achievement of MDGs

In recent years, TGH got involved in activities aimed at making beneficiary populations progressively more autonomous in the sectors of water, hygiene and sanitation and food security.


April 2016 / August 2016

Emergency response in the water, hygiene and sanitation

The influx of people going back to settle in their villages of origin in the city of Um Dukhun deteriorates the already weak access conditions to water, hygiene and sanitation in this area. TGH contributes to improving access to safe drinking water and improved hygiene conditions for displaced.


May 2015 / April 2016

Maintain and strengthen Water, Hygiene and Sanitation services

Ce programme développé dans la localité d'Um Dukhun (Darfour Central) a pour but d'accroitre l'accès à des structures sanitaires et d'eau, et d'améliorer les pratiques d'hygiène pour les populations déplacées internes affectées par des conflits intertribaux récurrents.


May 2015 / April 2016

Supporting food security and the resilience capacity of displaced populations

This project aims to improve food security and enhance the resilience capacities of displaced populations through the distribution of seeds and the provision of technical support.


December 2015 / January 2016

Towards reduced risks of malnutrition among vulnerable communities

With this program, TGH contributes to improving access to foodstuffs for the most vulnerable households in Darfur.


May 2015 / February 2016

Towards malnutrition risk reduction among at-risk vulnerable communities in Darfur

This project aims to contribute to increasing and diversifying sources of food and income. The action will thus focus on improving the nutrition of the people at risk it specifically targets.


May 2015 / March 2016

Emergency Preparedness and Response to Vulnerable Households Affected by Disasters

Through this project, TGH aims to set up the necessary tools for a quick and adequate humanitarian response to disasters, whether natural or man-made, while facilitating access to water, hygiene and sanitation services as well as to basic non-food products.


May 2014 / December 2015

Improving access to safe drinking water, sanitation facilities and hygiene practices

This programme aims to provide vulnerable populations with sustainable access to safe drinking water and sanitation infrastructures, as well as to strengthen the capacity of local actors and increase their involvement in the proper management of these infrastructures.


May 2014 / April 2015

Supporting vulnerable households in IDP camps in Darfur

This programme aims to enable internally displaced people in Darfur to be better prepared to face potential emergency situations, and to provide them with access to water services, hygiene and sanitation, as well as to non-food commodities.


August 2014 / August 2015

Improving the resilience capacity of vulnerable populations in Darfur

The people of Darfur are facing chronic food insecurity, a situation that has recently been aggravated with the withdrawal of fuel subsidies, which led to an increase in prices and higher general insecurity


August 2014 / March 2015

Restore the livelihoods of displaced people, returnees and host communities

These two programmes, one supported by UNHCR and the other by CHF, aim to restore and improve the agricultural production capacities of vulnerable people.


February 2015 / May 2015

WASH emergency response for new IDPs

The action strives to provide sufficient clean water, adequate sanitation and basic hygiene standards to new IDPs, returnees and vulnerable host populations affected by the conflict in Morlanga, Amar Jajeed and Kabar in Central Darfur.


May 2013 / August 2014

Supporting alternative income generating activities

The region of Central Darfur is historically an important place for honey production. The conflict and population movements that have been affecting Darfur since 2003, as well as deforestation and the lack of equipment modernization, greatly affected this production.


January 2013 / April 2014

Towards an increased contribution of local markets for a more secure food situation for the population

Several years of support to agricultural production through the provision of inputs allowed the restoration of food self-sufficiency of many households, and a significant reduction in the lean season.


May 2013 / June 2014

Assistance to vulnerable communities in Darfur

Since the start of its operations, TGH has acted significantly in the areas of water, hygiene and sanitation. However, natural disasters and frequent displacements deeply impact populations, while international aid is decreasing.


May 2013 / December 2013

Supporting the restoration and maintenance of livelihoods and food security of vulnerable households

- Improve agricultural production and food security...
- Measure changes in agricultural production,...


February 2013 / December 2013

Protection and assistance to refugees from Darfur

- Strengthen the livelihoods of IDPs by supporting breeding activities
- Support agriculture through input distribution
- Support income-generating activities through the promotion of beekeeping
- Ensure coordination of humanitarian information...


January 2012 / April 2013

Emergency assistance to vulnerable populations

This programme aims to reduce mortality and morbidity among the most vulnerable populations through integrated support.


January 2012 / December 2012

Supporting food security and resilience capacity of populations affected by the conflict

In Darfur, eight years after the beginning of the conflict, the crisis is still unsolved. The ongoing fights – especially in the Djebel Marra region and along the ever-moving frontline between al-Daein (South Darfur) and Shangil Tobaya or Dar al-Salam (North Darfur)...


November 2011 / May 2012

Support to food security and to the populations' coping capacities

This project aims to overcome the dependence of rural populations on their seasonal activity (agricultural work often carried out on behalf of wealthy landowners). The target area is far away from major markets; therefore, the increase of local production will have a positive impact on populations.


January 2011 / April 2012

Contribution to maintaining a direct response to the essential needs of vulnerable populations, while increasing the involvement of local populations and actors

This program aims to reduce mortality and morbidity among the most vulnerable populations through an integrated aid.


January 2011 / December 2011

Support to food security and to the populations' coping capacities

This program aims at strengthening populations' capacity to overcome the shocks related to the crisis and to the ongoing reduction of the assistance


June 2010 / April 2011

Covering the Vital Needs of Populations Affected by the Humanitarian Crisis

- Guarantee access to drinking water...
- Control main health risk vectors...
- Support local agricultural production capacities...


June 2009 / May 2010

Assistance to Populations Affected by the Conflict in Darfur

- Maintain and develop TGH's capacity to cover the primary...
- Coordinate dynamic programs with our partners...
- Monitor and analyse the humanitarian situation (in real time)...
- Guarantee a sufficient amount of potable water...


June 2009 / May 2010

Improve food security for the population in Darfur

- To improve the agricultural production of households in the target areas.
- Disseminate advanced technical knowledge to farmers and herders.
- To support in Bindizi the agricultural committee that supports the resolution of local conflicts related to access to natural resources.


November 2008 / November 2010

Towards Improved Food Security & Economic Revival

This pilot project that concerns the region of wadi Saleh (West Darfur) is aimed at consolidating the achievements of previous programmes in the region, particularly in the agricultural area.


June 2008 / June 2009

Assistance to Populations Affected by the Conflict in Darfur

- Guarantee potable water to the people ...
- Maintain and develop access to potable water...
- Maintain facilities providing water for people ...
- Rehabilitate latrines...

June 2008 / June 2009

Towards Improved Food Safety and Heightened Autonomy for Populations in West Darfur

- Enable maintenance and development...
- Provide an adequate supply...
- Provide constant technical...
- Support and develop the local initiatives...


Darfur : Sad birthday

The Darfur crisis entered its sixth year. At First almost ignored, it benefits today from a large coverage by Medias, and even became of source of disputes.


June 2007 / May 2008

Assistance to Populations Affected by the Conflict in West Darfur

Over the past few months, the political situation in Darfur has shown little sign of improvement and has even deteriorated.

August 2006 / Mai 2007y

Assistance to Populations Affected by the Conflict in West Darfur

Launched in June 2004, our action in Darfur continues…

June 2004 / December 2004

Assistance to Displaced Populations in Ryad Camp

This programme, TGH's first in Sudan, provided comprehensive aid to internally displaced people in Ryad Camp (the town of Geneina). We built refuges, latrines and shower spaces; implemented a potable water system, collected garbage and managed the overall coordination of the camp.

April 2005 / October 2005

Assistance to Populations affected by the Conflict in Bindizi, Wadi Saleh, West Darfur

In April 2005, TGH started working in Bindizi, an isolated, forgotten area of West Darfur. We decided to work in several domains

November 2005 / July 2006

Assistance to Populations affected by the Conflict in West Darfur

This programme continued the activities undertaken in previous projects. We extended our agricultural activities to rural regions around Geneina and in the Mukjar and Um Dukhun regions in the very south of the country.

January 2006 / December 2006

Improvement of Sanitary Conditions in Displaced Peoples Camps in Greater Khartoum

This programme consisted in building 2000 family latrines. The beneficiaries were people from South Sudan who, trying to escape the North-South conflict, had settled in camps around Khartoum.