Name: Zuhal Ahmed Abaker Date of Birth: March 16, 1981 Gender: Female Marital Status: Single Email-Id: Alternate Email-Id: Mailing Address: Khartoum, Zip Code - 00249 Current Location: Sudan/ South Darfur State City: Other (Khartoum) Phone: 249+09126+95006(Mobile) or 0113336260 Nationality: Sudanese Languages Known: English and Arabic Education Bachelor of General since from University of Juba in 2006, Sudan (Businesses administration, political, Account, sociology, and statistic * I Worked with Childhoods Friends Society as Admin and Logistics Officer * I Worked with Childhoods Friends Society as Gender Base Violence (GBV ) Officer *I Worked World vision organization In Sudan as Adminstrative Assistant * I Worked with Care international in Sudan / Darfur as Logistics officer * I Working with Norwegian Church Aid as monitoring and Evaluation Officer from 2010 till now


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Hello Dear Fatima' Thanks a lot for the nice comment really I wish to see more comments from you

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Zuhal Ahmed Norwegian Chuch Aid South and West Darfur skype: Zuhal Ahmed Abakar Fadl

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Dear Zuhal, You're most welcome . Together as a team our voices will be heard. Looking forward to sharing experiences and learning from each other.

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