About us

VISION

The lead National society in providing quality humanitarian work

MISSION

Provide humanitarian aid services towards building secure and capable urban and rural communities through the transition to resilience, recovery, rehabilitation  and development, in compliance with International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement Principles and guidelines and in conformity with international human rights, through a sustainable development approach where environment conservation and rationalized use of natural resources are considered top priorities to help guarantee a safe global environment for future generations.

The CORE VALUES    

Credibility

We gain trust and respect as transparent and credible institution through strict compliance with internationally-endorsed covenants and values.

Inclusiveness

We value human dignity, respect diversity, promote and maintain equality and equity principles.

Participatory Approach

We value volunteers’, stakeholders’ and communities’ contributions and promote teamwork culture.

Quality-Oriented

We endorse and maintain excellence and competence standards in line with RC/RC Movement principles and guidelines.

Ecosystem Awareness

We integrate and merge environmental awareness elements within our programs and projects at all phases, implementation, monitoring and evaluation levels.

Equity

We endorse and adopt an equity-based approach in all our programs and activities.

Equality

We endorse and promote cultural, economic and social equality values.

Respect for Human Dignity

We respect human dignity and endorse human safety as top priorities.

Accountability transparency and Integrity

We towards the targeted communities and stakeholders as core pillar of our mission.

Sustainable Development

We include and integrate sustainable development elements in every program and project we undertake.

Non-violence

We denounce violence in whatever form and promote the culture of peace.

Compliance & Commitment

We are committed to comply with all relevant international conventions and agreements where Sudan is party thereto.

SRCS in numbers

Branches

18

Our Volunteers

52414454

Beneficiaries of distribution of non-food items

52414454

Beneficiaries of training courses

52414454

Health Centers

52414454

School units

52414454

Beneficiariesoffood

52414454

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