ATTS is non-governmental organization accredited by the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs in the Sudan according to the work permit No.2234 dated January 21st 2009. The members are scientists, professors and researchers with common interest in the exploitation of research and modern agricultural technologies to uplift productivity of the agricultural sector of the Sudan.
Attainment of food security in Sudan through availing appropriate technologies
Improve research and development (R&D) options to reduce rural poverty and vulnerability.
1- Develop and promote affordable and sustainable soil, water, crop and nutrient management options and integrated approaches to watershed management;
2. Identify and promote options for systems diversification (high-value crops, trees and livestock) to improve rural livelihood security;
3. Enhance capacity of R&D partners
1.Capacity building of workers in slaughterhouses of Khartoum state
2.Capacity building of livestock owners in Kassala state in the utilization of non-conventional feeds in animal nutrition.
3.Introduction of cactus (Opuntia ficus-indica f. inermis) to stop sand movement and provide alternative livestock feed source in Nahr an Nil State.
4.Improving goat production in South Kordofan
5.Assessment of Food Security Status in Juba Counties.
7. of effective microorganism (EM) technology.
8.ATTS agroforestry project: Planting Moringa and Jatrofa .
9.Clean development mechanism & carbon finance.
10.Production of charcoal from Mesquite tree
Nahr Al Nil State
North Darfur State
North Kordofan State
Red Sea state
South Kordofan State
West Darfur State
West Kordofan State
1- Muna mahjoub Mohamed Ahmed, Manager. Ph.d Animal production
2- Samani El-gaili Abdelmahmoud, Executive manager. Ph.d Veterinary
3- Yousif Rizgalla Suliman, General secretariat, Ph.d Veterinary
4- Hisham Muheldin, Executive general secretariat, Ph.d forestry
5- Idris Suliman Hussein, Treasurer, MSc. Environment
6-Arig , Project manager, Bsc. Agriculture economy
7- Ikram , MSc. Environment,
8- Abel-Halim Gabir
We help by improving productivity in the farming practices and empowering communities to be self-reliant and independent. ATTAS policy is to co-operate on a case-by-case basis with the following:
Private sector development agencies
International Monetary Fund (I.M.F.)
International financial organisations
Development aid institutes of all kinds
National & international donors
ATTS established partnership with a national NGO (vet-care) working in development projects in a rural area of Western Sudan and is monitoring biogas digesters functioning and reporting to ATTS.
"ATTS is collaborating with Practical Action in technology transfer of appropriate technology.
ATTS is working as consultant in food security issues in western Sudan (Kordofan and Darfur) in collaboration with Concen Worldwide.
ATTS is executing a project of installation biogas for schools in all states of Darfur with collaboration of world food program (WFP).