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The Dark side of Equality 

28 March 2020Home Miscellaneous Nov 21, 2019by Sajda Mohamed – The Dark Side of Equality: Thoughts of a Married Working Mom in Sudan My timeline on social media is filled with posts from women writing about their struggles to find balance in their lives. They…

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Port Sudan, Off the Beaten Path 

Port Sudan is a gem on the Red Sea from whichever angle you look. A wonderfully quaint city in which Eastern Sudanese culture can be experienced, in context. Port Sudan is not a touristy town. The tourist footprint is not very apparent in the city—possibly…

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Growing Your Sudan Skin 

Never once did I think I’d ever come to live in Sudan despite being of Sudanese descent. Rather I saw myself continuing to be what I grew up as…. a citizen of the world. As a child I often heard tales of almost mythical proportions about…

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Life in Between 

Liberal or conservative, government or opposition, defendant or claimant, clashes or peacetime. Such terms are the only terms I was familiar with prior to my work with Tangiers International as a field agent in Sudan. I hadn’t realized that there is a whole life that…

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The Sabeel 

SUDAN ZAMAAN A common fixture in Sudan to refresh yourself on a hot day NOTE: take from article, Benefits of Zeer Water (arabic) in Articles, Editorials and Opinions Some of the best water I have drunk, came from a set of rotund blackish water pots,…