Guide to Women in Leadership
Republic of Sudan/ Al-Jmhuryat es-Sudan (Female suffrage 1953/64) An Anglo-Egyptian cadmium was established 1899 and lasted until 1955 the year before Sudan became an independent republic in 1956
1971-72 Deputy Minister of Youth and Sport Nafisah Ahmad al-Amin
1972 Deputy Minister of Social Welfare,
Youth and Sport Fatima Abd el-Mahoud
1974-75 Minister of State of Social Welfare
1975-79 Minister of Social Welfare
MP 1973-2005 and Deputy Parliamentary Speaker 1983-85, Governor of the State of al-Gezira (Jazirah) 1997-200?, President of the Socialist Union Party from 2007 and Presidential Candidate in 2010.
1972 Deputy Minister of Social Welfare, Youth and Sport Fatima Abd el-Mahoud
1975-76 Minister of State of Social Welfare
1976-79 Minister of Social Welfare
Circa 1986 Deputy Minister of Social Welfare, Youth and Sport Dr. Fatma Abdulmahmud
1995-96 Minister of State
of the Interior, Commissioner for Refugees
1996-98 Minister of Health Ihsan Abdallah el-Ghabshawi
1995 Deputy Minister of
Social Welfare Maryam Osman Sir-Ulkhatim
Circa 1998-2000 Secretary of State of Social Planning
1998-2000 Minister of
Public Service and Manpower (Labour Forces) Agnes Lukudi
Her full name is
Governor of Bahr-al-Jabal 1994-98 and Minister of Environment, Wildlife and Tourism in South Sudan 2009-11 and Minister of Transport from 2011.
Her full name isAgnes Poni Lukudi Woro, and her surname is also spelled Lukodi.
1998-2001 Secretary of State of Social Planning Saida Bashan
2000-01 Minister of Cabinet
Affairs Badriya Suleiman
2001-05 Presidential Advisor with rank of minister on Legal Affairs
Minister of Social
Welfare Samia Ahmed Mohammed
2005-11 Minister of Welfare, Women, Children Affairs and Social Development
2002-05 Minister of State of International Cooperation Ichraqa As-Sayyid Mahmoud Saleh
2011- Minister of International Cooperation
Also known as Ishraqa Sayed Mahmoud
2003-05 Minister of State of Finance and National Economy Abda Yahiya El Mahdi
2005-06 and 2007-10 Minister of Health
Dr. Tabita Sokaya Boutros
2011- Minister of Electricity
She was member of the Southern based The Sudan People's Liberation Movement.
2005-10 Minister of State for Agriculture and
Forestry Dr. Ann Itto
Minister of Agriculture in South Sudan from 2010/11.
2005-10 Minister of State for Environment
2010-11 Minister of State of Communications and Information Technology
Another version of her name is Triesa Sirisio Eyru.
2005- Presidential Advisor with rank of Minister Farida Ibrahim Ahmed Hussein
2006-10 Presidential Advisor with rank of Minister Amna Dirar
2010-13 Minister of State of Labour
Also known as Amna Mohamed Saleh Dirar. Tribal Leader and Vice-Chairperson of the former rebels of the Eastern Front from about 1989.
2007-11 Minister of State for Energy and Mines Angelina Tany
Another version of her surname is Jany. Member of The Sudan People's Liberation Movement.
Minister of Welfare and Social Security Amira Al-Fadil Mohamed Al-Fadil
2010-11 Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Halima Hassaballa Al-Naeem
2010-11 Minister of State of Foreign Affairs Grace Datiro
2010-13 Minister of State of Information Sana Hamad Al-Awad
2010-11 Minister of State of
General Education Sua'ad Abdil
2011- Minister of Education
Also known as Souad Abderrazeq
2010-11 Minister of State of Environment, Forests and Urban Development Fadwa Shwai Deng
2011- Minister of State of Development and Human Resources Hiba Mahmoud Sadeq Farid
2011- Minister of State of Telecommunication
and Information Technology Azza Omar Awad al-Karim
2012-13 Minister of State of Science and Communication Tahani Abdalla Attia Gasmalla
2013- Minister of Science and Communication
2013- Minister of State of Tourism Amira Al-sir
Last update 11.12.13