To support Sudan’s delicate transition, CIPE launched the Sudan Anti-Corruption Resource Center (SARC) on Friday, June 5th to support Sudanese civil society, business, and government efforts to mitigate corruption. The launch event was hosted on Facebook Live with 1,000 live attendees and 58,000 views as of June 8. The event was in Arabic, and included a panel of speakers that included Mr. Wagdi Salih, Spokesperson for Forces of Freedom and Change, Dr. Abdulhameed Elias, Director of Development and Research Institute at the University of Khartoum, Dr. Suliman Baldo, Senior Advisor at Enough Project, and CIPE’s Deputy Director Abdu Alkebsi and CIPE’s Sudan Country Representative, Ms. Shaza El Mahdi.
The center is hosted and managed by the Development and Research Institute at the University of Khartoum, Sudan.
The SARC’s vision is to support local Sudanese strategic stakeholders to create positive change towards more accountable, inclusive, and corruption-free systems, by providing technical support, resources, and results-driven interventions.