iii) About Us

Sudan hub is a website aiming to portray Sudan in a more positive light by highlighting the natural beauty and wonders which are often misrepresented by the media and the world at large. Sudan is a unique and mysterious place full of history, tradition, diversity like no other country in Africa or the world. Sudan hub is attempting to shed light on that mystery by providing a central hub of information all in one place ranging from History; from the Nubian empires to modern day Sudan, Culture; photos, documentaries, animations, music, facebook groups/pages, Information for Visitors; Visa, flights, embassy info and contact details, Info About Khartoum; Semi travel guide from accommodation, food and dining, medical, entertainment and sports. Sudan hub also wants to break down the gap barriers between the older generation and the youth, as well as those in diaspora and those living in Sudan by showcasing a culture that is accepting and all encompassing to all Sudanese creating a feeling of unity and pride.

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Due to economic sanctions in place against Sudan, both North and South and East and West… Sudan Hub is owned by Sudanpreneur Ltd, a UK company that does not do business with or  accept funds from any Business/Individual/NGO domiciled in Sudan. 


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7 thoughts on “iii) About Us

  1. Congratulations, Sudan Hub Foundation!

    I have nominated your blog for the Awesome Blog Content Award.

    More about this nomination is at


  2. Thank you so much for following my blog so that I could in turn find yours. I will read your posts about Sudan with great interest, and found in my brief encounter with the Sudanese women I met briefly in San Francsico, a very warm and friendly people that I want to learn more about.

    • your very welcome 😀 very glad that you enjoyed your encounter. Please let us know what you think of our blog 🙂

      sudan hub

    • My pleasure 🙂 im happy that u managed to find my blog, and that ur brief encounter with the sudanese women was amazing. Please do let us know what you think of the site, and if there is anything we can improve xx

  3. Thank you for visiting Journalenst and bringing my post to your audience! Glad you have found me. Now i get to follow your posts too.

    Keep up the good work.

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