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AWAFY is a youth-led, non-governmental, non-profit, National Organization established in May 2021 with its first office located in Zalingei, Central Darfur Sudan.

AWAFY Successfully Implemented Several Projects Covering a Wide Range of Topics. During Our Journey of Serving Local Communities, AWAFY Was Pleased to Have Collaboration with Local and International Institutions.

Our Dedicated Team Believes That Local Communities Had Better Understand the Nature of Local Problems. Therefore, we are Confident That Through Empowering Local Communities with The Necessary Knowledge and Skills, These Communities Can Play a Vital Role in Resolving the Root Cause of Conflicts and Problems On a Local, National and in Some Cases Regional Level and protecting the values of human rights.

Our Programs

What We Do

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AWAFY Sudanese Organization

AWAFY Sudanese Organization

Together Towards Sustainable peace and Development

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Lets Empower Communities

Empowering the communities with the knowledge and skills, will play a vital role in identifying and peacefully resolving the root cause of problems and protecting the values of human rights.

Our Vision

Together Towards Sustainable peace and Development

Our Mission

  • Empower Communities
  • Enhance the Culture of Sustainable Peace
  • Promote the Values of Human Rights

Our Mandate

Raise awareness and protect the values of Human Rights; Promote the culture of peace, coexistence, and non-violent conflict resolution; Assist communities with legal advice; Build capacities of local communities and fight illiteracy; Assist communities affected by conflict and natural disasters