Origin and establishment
The Agricultural Development Authority in the Merowe Dam region was established according to Presidential Decree No. (70) for the year (2007 AD) within the framework of developing agriculture in the areas of projects attached to the Meroe Dam in the Northern State and the Nile River State.
The project started operation on 10/17/2012.
The project name was chosen: (Sudanese Nile poultry for agricultural and animal production)
The project aims to produce 24,000 tons per year.
Signed with the Brazilian company (Montex).
The authority owns two research stations in the River Nile State and the North.
The stations are supervised by Sudanese experts.
The government of Sudan signed an agreement with the country (Vietnam) to develop and acclimatize some field crops, introduce new crops and produce their seeds in Sudan.
The field of technology transfer and extension
يهدف البرنامج الى نشر التقنيات والاساليب الحديثة فى زراعة المحاصيل الحقلية والخضروات و يتم استخدام الرى المحورى فى المشاريع
Cattle fattening project
Sheep breeding pens were established in the Hammadab project
Integrated pens have been established to raise calves.
Providing the basic infrastructure to develop agriculture in the targeted areas.
Developing the capabilities and skills of workers in the agricultural field on modern technologies in agricultural operations through the technology transfer program.
Work to increase vertical production (increase production per unit area) to improve quality and reduce costs.
Activating the economic movement and securing agricultural services in the target areas.
Providing job opportunities in various agricultural fields and gaining experience.
Encouraging investment, attracting investors, and making successful models for important projects to publicize the region's successes in these areas.
The introduction of the cultivation of a number of crops (varieties with distinguished productivity) such as soybeans, sunflower, chickpeas, rice and maize in areas suitable for these important crops as food for humans and animals, and to achieve the agricultural cycle.