SUDAN ANTI-CORRUPTION RESOURCE CENTER (SARC)

more accountable, inclusive and free from corruption.

Launched in June 2020, the center is hosted and supported by the Development Studies and Research Institute at the University of Khartoum and located within the university’s main campus in Khartoum, Sudan. The initial set-up was funded and supported by the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), under the Rapidly Responding to Democratic Opportunity project.

Mission: To organize, convene and support locally-driven anti-corruption reform efforts and build effective governance in Sudan

Vision: A more accountable, inclusive, and corruption-free Sudan

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sarc

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Capacity Development

SARC is conducting a series of trainings to strengthen stakeholders’ ability to achieve effective anti-corruption reform in Sudan. Trainings cover topics such as advocacy strategies, monitoring corruption and accountability mechanisms

Strengthening local dialogue around anti-corruption

SARC facilitates public-private dialogue on anti-corruption issues to ensure that constructive and inclusive dialogue with citizens and civil society is supported during the transitional government period

Anticorruption Resources

The Sudan Anticorruption Resource Center (SARC) is supporting anti-corruption stakeholders in Sudan and building their capacity to engage in anti-corruption work

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