Prof. Dr. Samia Satti Osman Mohamed Nour
Khartoum University, Sudan
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss the major factors that contributed to the success of the Sudan uprising.
Design/methodology/approach: This paper uses a descriptive method and secondary data.
Findings: The findings of this paper support the research hypothesis that the dynamic interaction between the internal factors (youth, women, ICT, the Sudanese Professional Association and University of Khartoum Teaching Staff Initiative) and external factors (diaspora) contributed to the support of the Sudan uprising and potential transformation in Sudan.
Originality/value of the paper: This paper fills the gaps in the literature and provides an extremely valuable contribution to that literature by presenting a new and more comprehensive analysis of the factors that contributed to the success of the Sudan uprising, including the internal and external factors that contributed to the support of the Sudan uprising.
Policy implications: The major policy implication is the importance of the full utilisation and mobilisation of the internal and external factors in achieving the objectives of the Sudan uprising, and the achievement of inclusive growth and sustainable development in Sudan.
Keywords: Economic development, social and human development, sustainable development, youth, ICT, Sudan.