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Sudan City Codes

City NameCity Code
Abri244
Abu Deleig267
Abu Gibieha633
Abu Hamad212
Abu Haraz513
Abu Hugar563
Abu Oshar542
Abu Zabad614
Adeela716
Alti544
Amantego / Nawa273
Argo243
Aroma412
Atbara211
Awiel844
Babanusa641
Bantio861
Bara612
Barakat516
Beika519
Buram714
Doka442
Dongola241
Durdeib325
Ed Elfirsan723
Eial Bakhit647
El Abassia632
El Abiddia217
El Burgeig245
El Dalang634
El Damar216
El Damazin551
El Dambo274
El Danagla514
El Daradir532
El Debba271
El Deien712
El Dewiem531
El Dibeibat613
El Dindir564
El Fao521
El Fashir731
El Foola644
El Gabalain574
El Gazira Aba577
El Gedarif441
El Geiger834
El Ghaba272
El Gineina741
El Gorashi515
El Gorier232
El Hafeer248
El Haj Abdalla518
El Hawata443
El Hesahesa541
El Kawah534
El Kreimit517
El Laaid717
El Mafaza446
El Masalamia548
El Mazroob655
El Muglad643
El Nihud642
El Obied611
El Rahad621
El Renk833
El Rosiris552
El Showak445
El Sofi536
El Soki565
El Tawila734
El Tina732
El Tweisha738
El Zooma236
For Baranga743
Fuga648
Garsila742
Gharia523
Ghubiesh646
Gureida745
Habila638
Hamrat Elsheikh652
Hamrat Elwith654
Haya324
Hieglieg645
Jabeit323
Jabrat Elsheikh616
Juba811
Kadogli631
Kalogi635
Karima231
Karkoj569
Kas715
Kassala411
Kenana576
Khartoum1
Khashm El Gibra422
Korti237
Kosti571
Malakal831
Marawi234
Medani511
Melliet733
New Halfa421
Nuri233
Nyala711
Osli238
Port Sudan311
Rabak572
Raja843
Rashad636
Rehied El Birdi722
Rufa'A545
Sarif Amra736
Sawakin312
Sennar561
Shabasha533
Sheikh Sharif242
Shendi261
Singa562
Sinkat321
Sodari651
Suker Sennar566
Tabat546
Tambul543
Tangasi235
Teibat El Khwaat Wad Hamid262
Teibat El Khwaat Wad Hamid266
Tendalti573
Tokar322
Tulus718
Um Badir653
Um Dukhun737
Um El Gura522
Um Kaddada735
Um Rwaba624
Um Shoka567
Wad El Hilaiw444
Wad El Nayal568
Wad El Zaki535
Wadi Halfa251
Wau841
Zalingi713

Interesting Facts

Military regimes favoring Islamic-oriented governments have dominated national politics since independence from the UK in 1956. Sudan was embroiled in two prolonged civil wars during most of the remainder of the 20th century. These conflicts were rooted in northern economic, political, and social domination of largely non-Muslim, non-Arab southern Sudanese. The first civil war ended in 1972, but broke out again in 1983. The second war and famine-related effects resulted in more than 4 million people displaced and, according to rebel estimates, more than 2 million deaths over a period of two decades. Peace talks gained momentum in 2002-04 with the signing of several accords; a final Naivasha peace treaty of January 2005 granted the southern rebels autonomy for six years, after which a referendum for independence is scheduled to be held. A separate conflict that broke out in the western region of Darfur in 2003 has resulted in tens of thousands of deaths and nearly 2 million displaced; as of late 2005, peacekeeping troops were struggling to stabilize the situation. Sudan also has faced large refugee influxes from neighboring countries, primarily Ethiopia and Chad, and armed conflict, poor transport infrastructure, and lack of government support have chronically obstructed the provision of humanitarian assistance to affected populations.