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Today’s free signal is 26 09 2022

Sudanese head north to Egypt seeking brighter future

Today’s free signal is 26 09 2022

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Power and water cuts are common. Anti-army protests have rocked the streets since a coup a year ago.

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“Movement of Sudanese people into Egypt has been increasing … gradually and proportional to the deterioration of the situation in Sudan,” he said.


Taxes and fees have risen by 400% or more in some instances, business owners say.

“It’s impacted us hugely,” said the hardware store owner.

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Traders shut down main markets in the cities of Sennar and Gedaref this month in protest at the charges. Further closures are due in the city of El Obeid this week.

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Business owners say most people can no longer afford much beyond basic goods, causing traders and factories to slow down or close up shop.

That may push more people to leave. The International Organization for Migration (IOM), “anticipates that more people will consider migration as an option,” a spokesman for the U.N. agency said in reference to Sudan.


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Circumstances in Egypt are also difficult with inflation running at its highest in almost four years, and almost a quarter of youths unemployed, according to the International Labour Organisation.

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Now, she says, she’s able to send her family up to 120,000 Sudanese pounds ($208) per month working as a babysitter.

Stores selling Sudanese foods have cropped up in Cairo, private schools advertise Egyptian branches on billboards in Khartoum, and many travel to Egypt for healthcare that’s become expensive or unavailable back home.

For some, like 23-year-old Adam from war-stricken Darfur, Egypt is a stopover before the treacherous journey across the Mediterranean to Europe.

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“It’s dangerous but it’s better to risk it and have a good life than to suffer in poverty and hopelessness,” he said as he queued for a visa at the Egyptian consulate in Khartoum, along with dozens of other would-be migrants.

($1 = 578.00 Sudanese pounds)



Today’s free signal is 26 09 2022