Human Rights and Development Organization(HUDO Centre) is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit Sudanese organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights, peace, building and development.


H.R Monitoring

HUDO monitors the human rights situation
in Sudan and issues:-

  • Reports,
  • Statements.
  • Appeals.


HUDO regularly carries out humanitarian
activities such as:
  • Offering aid and assistance to Sudanese in refugee settlements.
  • Development projects to build capacity of Sudanese refugees.


HUDO has undertaken a research project to translate the UDHR into the native Sudanese languages to raise awareness.
The translations are available in our application “HUDO CENTRE” on both Google Play Store and App Store.

Support Us

There are many ways to assist and support, some are listed below;

      ·  Inform any violations or pass on information that can assist in saving a victim. Your silence or hiding of information in a way protects the perpetrator not the victim.
  ·    Join and support the advocacy campaigns in order to put pressure on government, armed groups, companies and international community. Also to sensitize the public opinion and informing about what happening.
·    Avoid giving any information that can harm (damage) and violate the right of thought or political opinion.
·     Support victims physically and morally
·      Support the organization’s activities morally and financially.
The victims of violations are our responsibility, so don’t hesitate to assist in stopping the human rights violations

The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights(UDHR)

Is a milestone document in the history of human rights. Drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, the Declaration was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948 (General Assembly resolution 217 A) as a common standard of achievements for all peoples and all nations. It has been translated into over 500 languages. Through our research program, HUDO has translated the UDHR into 7 native Sudanese languages and is working towards a goal of upto 72 native languages.

Languages Worldwide
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Native Sudanese Languages
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Ongoing Translations
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Target Translations
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