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Sudan Report Presentation

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A short presentation about Sudan: Introduction, Economy, History and Culture.

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Sudan Report Presentation

  1. 1. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 1
  2. 2. SUDAN Location of Sudan 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 2
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  4. 4. We are the army of allaha and of our country, We shall never fail when called to sacrifice. We challenge death during hard times, We buy glory, at the dearest price. This land is ours, may our Sudan live well known among all nations. People of the Sudan this is your banner It carries the burden and protects your land………... 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 4
  5. 5. 1. Sudan Introduction 5 Location: North-Eastern Africa, bordering the Red Sea, between Egypt and Eritrea. Geographic Coordinate: 15 00 N, 30 00 E Total Area: 1,861,484 sq km country comparison to the world: 16 Total land boundaries: 6,751 km Total Population: 35,482,233 (July 2014 est.) country comparison to the world: 37 Population growth rate:1.78% (2014 est.) country comparison to the world: 68 Urbanization: urban population: 33.2% of total population (2011) Rate of urbanization: 2.6% annual rate of change (2010-15 est.). Major urban areas: KHARTOUM (capital) 4.632 million (2011) Nationality: Sudanese. Ethnic group: Sudanese Arab (70%), Fur, Beja, Nuba and Fallata. Languages: Arabic , English (Official), Nubian. Religions: Islam, Christian and Other.
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  7. 7. The country is generally divided into five ecological zones: 1. Hot desert climate in the North of Sudan . 2. Mediterranean climate on the coastline of the Red Sea and the Jebel Marra area in Darfur . 3. Semi-desert climate in the North central Sudan . 4. Poor Savannah climate in the South central and western Sudan . 5. Rich Savannah climate in the Southern borders of Sudan . 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 7
  8. 8. Geography NILE The River Nile (THE LONGEST RIVER IN THE WORLD) running from South to North is the main geographical feature in the country. At Khartoum (Capital city) White Nile River joints with the Blue Nile River (in Elmugran area). Desert About 30% of Sudan total area is desert. Mountains Jubal Marra in West of Sudan it has hot spring ,water falls and mountains, pool in side the crater it self is lake color green by silver.2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 8
  9. 9. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 9 Water Resources
  10. 10. Sudan President Marshal: Omer Hassan Ahmed Elbashir (1989 ) 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 10 Sudan’sLeaders
  11. 11. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 11 Sudan’s National Bird Secretary Bird (Sagittarius serpentarius) Emblem
  12. 12. Ancient Nubian civilization • Cush • Meroe Christian Nubia civilization • Dongola Kingdoms • Alawa Kingdom Islam civilization • The Funj • The Fur Turkish  Mahdism  British Independence 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 12
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  14. 14. Archaeological Ruins 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 14
  15. 15. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 15 Muhammad Ahmad Elmahadi - tomb Jubal El barkal - Northern State Nubian king Statue - Sudan
  16. 16. 2/12/2015 16 President: Ibrahim Aboud 18 Nov. 1958 – 31 Oct. 1964 M.A. El-Mahadi 1843-1885 President: G.M. Nemairy 25 May 1969 – 6 Apr. 1985 Ismaeel Alazhari: P. M. 1954 -1956 President 1965 - 1969
  17. 17. Abdul Gayyum Gate: Omdurman National Historical City2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 17
  18. 18. 3. Sudan Economy  GDP: $ 89.97 billion (2013 est.).  GDP - Real Growth Rate: 3.9% (2013 est.).  GDP – per capita (PPP): $ 2,600 (2013 est.).  Gross National Saving: 26.6% of GDP (2013 est.).  GDP –Composition , by sector of origin: Agriculture: 27,4% Industry: 33,6% Services: 39% (2013 est.)  Agricultural Products: Cotton, Groundnuts (peanuts), Sorghum, Millet, Wheat, Gum arabic, 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 18
  19. 19. Sudan Economy Cont. Sugarcane, Mangoes, Bananas, Sweet potatoes, Sesame seeds; Sheep and other Livestock.  Industries: oil, cotton ginning, textiles, cement, edible oils, sugar, soap distilling, shoes, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals, armaments, automobile/light truck assembly.  Industrial Production Growth Rate: 11% (2013 est.).  Labor Force: 11.92 million (2007 est.).  Labor force by occupation: Agriculture 80%, Industry 7%, Services 13% (1998 est.). 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 19
  20. 20. Sudan Economy Cont.  Export: $ 4.145 billion (2013 est.).  Export Commodities: Gold; Oil and Petroleum products; Cotton, Sesame, Livestock, Groundnuts, Gum arabic, Sugar.  Export Partners: UAE 63.2%, Saudi Arabia 9.2%, Ethiopia 5.3% (2012).  Import: $ 5.941 billion (2013 est.).  Import Commodities: foodstuffs, manufactured goods, refinery and transport equipment, medicines and chemicals, textiles, wheat.  Import Partners: Macau 18.1%, India 8.8%, Saudi Arabia 7.9%, Egypt 6.7%, UAE 5.2% (2012). 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 20
  21. 21. Currency : Sudanese Pounds (SDG) (1 US Dollar = 5.69 Sudanese Pounds) 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 21
  22. 22. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 22 Sorghum Sugar cane Ground nut Sesame Cotton Millet Sun flower Wheat Main Food Security Crop
  23. 23. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 23 Cattle Sheep Goat Camel Fish Poultry Horse
  24. 24. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 24 Marble Gypsum
  25. 25. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 25 Residential Town Karema- Dam Road Merowe Dam Railway Merowe Airport Merowe Hospital
  26. 26. Tourism Sudan is regarded as one of the richest African countries in wildlife, birds and Nile natural scenery which encourages tourism investment. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 26
  27. 27. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 27 Bedouins in North El-rashidah Tribe – Eastern Sudan
  28. 28. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 28 Northern State Northern Kordofan State Eltaka Mountains - Kasala State Corinthia Hotel – Khartoum State
  29. 29. Nile River Bahri Khartoum Blue River Nile 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 29
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  33. 33. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 33 Sudan Urbanization Khartoum Capital (political city) Blue Nile RiverKhartoum North (Bahri) Port Sudan – Red Sea State
  34. 34. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 34 Dancing is considered as one of the important expressive means to many Sudanese tribes. Different Sudanese Tribes have different kind of dance.
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  36. 36. Sudan's ethnic and linguistic diversity remained one of the most complex in the world . Its nearly 600 ethnic groups spoke more than 400 languages and dialects.2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 36 Society and Culture ETHNICITY
  37. 37. Crafts 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 37
  38. 38. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 38 National dress Jalabia : Jalabia is national costume for men, And wearing with it “Omama” as a head cover . It prevent from heat and dust. Jalabia design is appropriate to the vagaries of weather in the Sudan and the climatic conditions.
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  41. 41. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 41 Groom Henna - Marriage Circumcision Henna
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  43. 43. 2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 43 Marriage Those fortunate to be invited to a traditional Sudanese wedding would be fascinated by the unique rituals including the jertik that is really an exchange of messages of faith and hope between the bride and groom.
  44. 44. Much of the Middle East and Africa has a reputation for warmth and hospitality but Sudan is in a league of its own, making it a joy to travel in. It is common to be invited to stay at someone's home and most rural Sudanese would never dream of eating in front of you without inviting you to join them. Talking all the afternoon away over a glass or five of tea. drinking tea is a serious daily ritual for some people.2/12/2015 SUDAN REPORT PRESENTATION 44 Food
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