Living in Sudan

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On the northern part of Africa, the Republic of Sudan is a developing country located in the Nile Valley. If you choose to move here to live and work, you will join the expat community who settled in Khartoum, its capital, but also in Omdurman, its largest city.

Expat professionals looking for job opportunities can find work in the oil sector as well as in NGO and humanitarian aid.

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After short tour in the compound, on the day of my arrival to the project location, I quickly grasped and answered to myself, life is confined to T2O - Tent to Tukul to Office to Tent/Tukul to Office, apart from showers and nice pit latrines. (I heard we are lucky enough to have one of the best showers among all project sites in the country.) Though the temperatures shoot up 47oC, generators cool us 24/7.

Sudan is the third largest country in Africa, but it is far from being a popular or easily-accessible travel destination. Sharing its borders with Egypt, Eritrea, Central African Republic, Chad, Ethiopia, and Libya, Sudan is not an easy country to get into but offers a memorable experience for those who do enter the country.

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Birding Sudan

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A blog for anyone with an interest in the wild birds of Sudan.

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8 years ago

Musings about Sudan, Kenya and everywhere in between

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9 years ago

American doing Relief & Development work in Africa and traveling in "off time".

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