Thursday, June 22, 2017

Arts & culture

Ramey Dawoud’s ‘KASHTA’ is Lyrical Nostalgia

Ola Diab “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” – Marcus Garvey, a Jamaican-born...

Tech

Entrepreneurship Thrives Amid Challenges

By: Mohammed Mahgoub Cut off from the world Here is an interesting fact; the Internet was commercially introduced in Sudan in 1996, just one year before...

Small Farmers Dilemma

Emergence of the Hub

Women

ASM Marks 3 Years of Mentoring in Sudan

Mai Khidir & Ola Diab Founded in 2013, Al Sudaniya Mentoring (ASM) is an initiative that works to empower, engage, and inspire young Sudanese ladies...

It’s Shaila Season

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Blog

Introducing #MyKhartoum

At Andariya we’re huge fans of the arts and culture movement in both Sudan and South Sudan; we exist because we hope to give...

First Issue Revealed

Dear Reader, Andariya is one month old! We are grateful for the small strides we’ve been able to accomplish this past month and in the busy...

Call for Web Wizard

Hello, Andariya is recruiting! We are extremely proud of the Andariya family for pushing through with inspiration and dedication. Our platform has been growing;...

3rd Issue Revealed

Dear friends, Andariya launched online on February 6th 2015. A year on, we are charged with heaps of positive energy, hope and lessons learned. What could...

Environment

Environmental Consciousness – A Guide

Dr. Maha Khalil (PhD) It may be hard to believe that small choices you make on a daily basis, such as how you commute to...

Books

Marsa Fatima – a book by Haji Jaber 

Haji’s storytelling style is captivating. The reader forms an instant bond with the protagonist and his whimsical romance that props him against an agonizing...

On Dr. Amir Taj al-Sir’s novel “The Witches Resort”

ElShiekh Ali   The  novel "The Witches Resort" by Sudanese writer Amir Taj al-Sir was selected for the 2017 Long List of the International Prize for...

From Novels to Cinema & TV?

Tasneem Dahab In Ramadan 2016 the Arabic channels were packed with soap operas like every year. After all, it’s the season of the year where...

Creative Writing

Ugly but Beautiful

Carmen Faiz Girgis   What a contradicting phrase, most of you might think, but after reading the contents of this article you might change your mind....

I Can’t Find my Way Back

Lubaba Faisal Hassan I had a home like fairy tales. Smiles and laughter. Some anger and sadness; spices of life. Love and tenderness. No hate or detest. Plain walls that...

Noah Conducts

Part 2 of 5 in the series titled Fatima’s Children NubianQ (i) His father taps his foot impatiently, newspaper folded before him, his cup of jabana empty...

Travel

#GivingTuesday

Introduction Awn is a youth led initiative built by avid volunteers who felt responsible towards their country’s ailing health and social systems & wanted to plug one of the gaping holes that affect cancer children in specific. The initiative was launched by volunteers in November 2016 after individually volunteering in various cancer-related initiatives. Most of the members are university students...

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