Sudan | Donors and partners

Donors and partners

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Partnership remains key in creating a healthier Sudan. Over the years, WHO has been working with donors and partners to reduce mortality, morbidity and disability, and to improve health, especially of vulnerable populations.

This goal is achieved through building national capacities, strengthening health systems, public health interventions and the provision of humanitarian assistance during emergencies.

Sudan programme activities are funded through both WHO’s regular budget and voluntary contributions from the following donors.

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Carter Center

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

European Union and ECHO

GAVI Alliance

Global Environment Facility

The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Global Health Workforce Alliance

Government of Finland

Government of Germany

Government of Netherlands

Government of Norway

Government of Saudi Arabia

Government of Spain

International Health Partnership

Italian Development Cooperation

Kuwait Fund

Measles Initiative Partnership

Multi-Donor Trust Funds

Rotary International

UK’s Department for International Development

United Nation’s Central Emergency Response Fund

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

Key health-related statistics

Total population (000s) 40 783
Total health expenditure (% of general government expenditure) 7.2
Maternal mortality ratio (per 100 000 live births) 311
Primary health care units and centres (per 10 000 population) 1.5
Total life expectancy at birth (years) 65.1

Source: Framework for health information systems and core indicators for monitoring health situation and health system performance, 2018

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