In May 2022, FSVC received funding from the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Affairs (DRL) at the U.S. Department of State to implement a program to combat corruption in Sudan.
FSVC will structure practical, demand-driven activities designed to equip Sudanese stakeholders to undertake reforms on their own. FSVC’s program will support local stakeholders to combat corruption in Sudan, with a focus on the extractive industry sector. The program objectives are to:
1. Build the capacity of CSOs to monitor extractive industry sector and advocate for reform;
2. Strengthen the ability of media to investigate and report on corruption in the extractive industry sector; and
3. Build the capacity of Sudanese stakeholders to combat corruption in extractive industries.