Illiteracy is widely spreading amongst the villagers of the River Nile state. Within the primary targeted area, a small fraction of children are completing their primary education. Infections and water born diseases are wide spreading. One survey among local school pupils revealed that 96% were infected by Schistosomiasis, a water borne parasitic condition that is known to cause terminal liver disease. Elsulaimaniya Trust was registered as a charity in Scotland in November 2009 (Registered Scottish Charity No: SC041063) in an effort to combat this. 

Our Partners

The Trust's policy is to provide its services by working with local community organisations. Primarily, we are partnered with the Abdulrahim Elyas Charitable Association for Development (ACAD). This is an organisation registered with the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs in Sudan. Their efforts started by initiating small agricultural schemes in the area. This lead to the establishment of the first primary school and medical treatment unit in 1969. More recently, they initiated small local development projects and training programs.

Current Appeal

Sponsor an Orphan/Widow
impact the life of an orphan or a widow and their families, and change it forever. for only £30 a month, you can make a difference. single orphan - £30 per month two orphans in the same family - £50  per month three orphans in the same family - £70  per month this provides for ...
Rains & floods
thousands of families are displaced by destructions caused by rains and flooding. this year’s floods affect whole villages. diseases such as malaria are expected to be on the rise. we are planning to provide blankets, tents and medicines. donate here or donate to our a...
Water Supply
our plan is to provide water pumps and three kilometre pipes to bring the water to a closer point in the village. the cost of the project is estimated at £2000 for each location. the villagers will cater for maintenance required and for the diesel supply. elsulaimaniya trust will continue follow up of the project so ...