Facts and figures
Sudan is the third-largest country in Africa. Its southern part belongs to the Sahel zone; the regions in the north are the southeasternmost part of the Sahara. The country has 38 million inhabitants.
Despite Arabic being the main language and Islam the main religion, the Sudanese society is multiethnic, multicultural and multireligious. Reportedly, the country has 600 ethnic groups that speak over 400 different languages and dialects. There is much to be learnt about Sudan.