Construction and Real Estate
Sudanese cities face similar challenges as other African cities. Lack of planned communities, lack of capital and financing and inequitable distribution of resources and opportunities create problematic sociopolitical dynamics. Viewed positively, peripheral areas show that different groups of people, coming from different parts of the country, have managed to co-exist; they also build differently, reflecting a wealth of local experience and heritage. Residential ownership remains an important component of the housing market, many people living and working in Khartoum consider their rural homes as their permanent address. Similar to many developing countries, Sudan is faced by inadequate capacity and inefficiency in the building materials industry. Growing population is driving the demand for real estate creating opportunities for community development, finances, growth of auxiliary industries etc.
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