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Bank

Bank Name

Address

Telephone

Fax

Agricultural Bank P .O .Box 1263, Khartoum, Sudan, Extension of Gamhouria St, Mogran 00249183777839
00249183777432
00249183779081
Savings and Social Development Bank P .O .Box 11775, Khartoum, Sudan, South of United Nations Square 00249183775157
00249183774358
00249183786931
Industrial Development Bank . P .O .Box 710, Khartoum, Sudan St . No21, Amarat, Khartoum 00249183472151 00249183472148
Real Estates Commercial Bank P .O .Box 309, Khartoum, Sudan, Baladiya Avenue 00249183782098
00249183777917
00249183779465
Islamic Co -operative Development Bank P .O .Box 62 Khartoum, Sudan, Isl . Co -op Bank’s Building, 00249183780505
00249183775366
00249183777715
Workers’ National Bank P .O .Box 2589, Khartoum, Sudan, Baladiya Street 00249183783216
00249183783214
00249183771059
Animal Resources’ Bank P .O .Box 1499, Khartoum, Sudan, St . No . 3, Amarat, Khartoum 00249183471534
00249183471532
00249183472513
00249183472024
Farmer’s Commercial Bank P .O .Box 11984, Khartoum, Sudan, Qasr Avenue 00249183774194
00249183776344
00249183773687
Family Bank P.O.Box ,Khartoum, Sudan, (249) 83 490029 00249183489838

IDB Program

The program aims at contributing to the alleviation of poverty and the reduction of poverty rates and providing employment opportunities in order to improve and enhance the livelihoods of poor and low income families in the least developed communities, and providing adults in these families, particularly women and unemployed youth with technical and financial support enabling them to execute small income generating activities and projects and enabling them to enroll in the productive cycle and participating in the process of the local and sustainable socio-economic development.

To achieve these goals the project aims at supporting the financial and institutional capacities through instilling the best practices of Microfinance that best coincide with the Islamic sharia for the best interest of the Microfinance unit of the Central Bank of Sudan, the intermediate Microfinance institutions as well as the Microfinance units in the banks in order to empower poor families and unemployed segments in the targeted areas and delivering services that respond to their needs according to the results and recommendations of the feasibility studies of the targeted groups. The following are some of the most important services:

  1. Scouting the available opportunities for self employment and local investment.
  2. Technical training on independent initiatives, building professional relations with the private sector and providing supportive services.
  3. Financing and establishing effective partnerships with the Microfinance institutions.
  4. The key and necessary services for enhancing the environment of the income generating activities.

The Project will cover the following elements:

  1. Financing the Micro and Meso projects as well as the income generating activities.
  2. providing consultancy services for the intermediate Microfinance institutions, including:
    1. Need Assessment
    2. Developing the systems of Islamic Microfinance.
    3. Studying the means for enhancing and developing the systems of the Microfinance institutions.
    4. Designing the follow-up and program evaluation systems.
    5. Designing the systems for impact assessment and for evaluating the standards in Islamic Microfinance.
    6. Establishing systems for the orienting and raising-awareness regarding the concepts of Islamic Microfinance and small business management.
    7. Recommending MIS systems and tools.
    8. Training the intermediate Microfinance institutions.
  3. Tools and programs for the Microfinance MIS.
  4. Technical training development programs to meet the market needs.
  5. Support the project implementation unit.

Microfinance Institution

Website
Fax No
Telephone No
Date of establishment
MFI Name
83236023(249)
0411827425
2007
Social Development Foundation Khartoum
827874 411
(249)
827425 411
(249)
2010
Social Development Foundation Kassla
255640 83
(249)
255651 83
(249)
2010
Youth Microfinance Institutions
2010
Gazera microfinance  Foundation
2010
Braa Microfinance Foundation
2010
Port Sudan Association for small Enterprise Development
2008
Retires Microfinance Foundation

Sudan Microfinance Development Facility

The Sudanese Microfinance Development Facility is owned by the Central Bank of Sudan and the Ministry of Finance and National Economy. It has been established by the Donors’ Fund MDTF and the Central Bank of Sudan with a capital of 20 million dollars, and announced its establishment on the first week of October 2008. The goals behind establishing this facility are:

Developing collaboration and coordination on the demand side (commercial banks and Microfinance banks) through opening channels to provide services appropriate to the nature of the beneficiaries thereby advancing the level of the operative efficiency and working to reduce cost and expand outreach.

Offering wholesale financing and financial contributions to banking and non- banking institutions working in Microfinance in order to create an enabling and inviting infrastructure for the banking sector, the private sector investors and the donors.

In this respect and according to the annual plan of the Microfinance Unit of the Central Bank of Sudan for the year 2010, the unit introduced a program specified for the utilization of these resources through the following:

Offering financial and institutional assistance to enable banks to partially restructure by opening specialized outlets according to the policies and guidelines of the Central Bank of Sudan, whether by opening specialized branches or forming companies associated to the banks for the purpose of offering Microfinance services.

Offering wholesale finance for the branches and specialized companies according to the predetermined standards and conditions, in addition to the financial contributions and funds offered to the Microfinance specialized companies established by the banks under the licensing conditions of the Microfinance banks.

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Adopting the UNDP’s Private Sector Development Strategy for Sudan,The Central Bank of Sudan and the United Nations Development Program joined in partnership in the Private Sector Development Project, the project approach is building on both of UNDPs global corporate advantage regarding Private Sector Development and its specific long-term experience in economic development programs in Sudan in its effort to strengthen the impact of conducive private-sector-related government priorities, policies and programs by supporting government capacity development for creating inclusive markets in Sudan.

Close coordination and partnership to ensure synergies and avoid duplication and creating synergies through complementary support. In view of this objective, every proposed project under this program is being designed upon request and in close collaboration with the government as a tripartite partnership with a national lead institution and at least one other relevant UN-agency as well as other local and international partners. This synergetic approach is intended to strengthen UNDP’s effectiveness in coordinating and fostering collaboration on private sector development programming in Sudan.

The design of this programme is based on the studies undertaken within UNDP’s “Preparatory Support to Microfinance and Micro-Business Development Programming in Sudan”.

Microfinance Policy, Regulatory Framework & National Coordination

UNDP in this regard, focuses on capacity development of microfinance providers and clients to adopt best practice microfinance-services and to advocate for enabling microfinance policy and regulatory environment on five different levels:

  • Branchless banking for the poor
  • Microfinance knowledge hub and client information centre
  • Capacity development of Microfinance provider networks
  • Pro-Poor Value Chain Integration
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