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What images spring to mind when you hear the country ‘Sudan’?

on October 27, 2012
English: Emblem of Sudan Sudan

English: Emblem of Sudan Sudan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)





1) What images spring to mind when you hear the country ‘Sudan’?
2) What are the good things and bad things about Sudan?
3) What is Sudan most famous for?
4) What do you know about Sudan’s history?
5) What are the differences between Sudan and your country?
6) What do you think about Sudanese people?
7) What has Sudan given to the world?
8) Would you like to visit Sudan, or live there?
9) What do you know about the geography of Sudan?
10) Who are the most famous Sudanese people you know?




1) How different is Sudan from other African countries?
2) What was the last news story you heard about Sudan?
3) What do you think Sudan’s neighbors think of it?
4) What do you think Sudan will be like 50 years from now?
5) Does your country have good relations with Sudan?
6) What could you do on a holiday in Sudan?
7) What is your idea of a typical Sudanese person?
8) What things about Sudan do you think Sudanese are proud of?
9) What do you know about Sudanese culture?
10) What would you like to ask a Sudanese person about Sudan?



COUNTRY DESCRIPTION: Sudan is a diverse, developing country in northeastern Africa. The capital city is Khartoum. In July 2011, Sudan divided into two nations as the conclusion of a peace agreement signed in 2005. The new nation of South Sudan was formed following a referendum on secession held in January 2011. A multi-party conflict continues in the Darfur region in western Sudan. Security conditions are adverse in Darfur and in the states of South Kordofan and Blue Nile. Transportation networks and other forms of infrastructure are poor and do not meet western standards. Even where available, water and electric services suffer frequent outages. Read the Department of State Background Notes on Sudan for additional information.

SMART TRAVELER ENROLLMENT PROGRAM (STEP) / EMBASSY LOCATION: If you are going to live in or visit Sudan, please take the time to tell our Embassy about your trip. If you enroll, we can keep you up to date with important safety and security announcements. It will also help your friends and family get in touch with you in an emergency. Here’s the link to the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program

U.S Embassy Sudan
Kilo 10 – Soba, Khartoum 
Telephone: (249) 1-870-22000 (from outside Sudan)
0-187-022000 (from inside Sudan)


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