What we do best


Media Monitoring

Media monitoring is a research technique which analyses the content from a range of media outlets to gauge the public discourse or develop an understanding of public perceptions around a particular theme or issue. Media monitoring may also be used to assess the quality of practice and knowledge of media professionals (journalists, bloggers, reporters) with regard to themes or issues being reported on. 

We monitor media across multiple platforms that include news, print, television and social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) and over the past 10 years we have undertaken media monitoring activities to inform our own programs as well as a service for partner organizations. We offer customized solutions tailored to your monitoring needs and data analysis in a way that is holistic and above all insightful.

We have partnered with institutions the likes of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), UNICEF, Warchild Holland, PeaceTech Lab, and have undertaken media monitoring and reporting activities covering issues such as elections coverage, hate speech, gender in the Sudanese media, and child protection issues.

Training and Learning

SUDIA has an extensive experience in designing and delivering customized training interventions to meet our partners needs. We also run our own off-the-shelf training programs targeting both the development community in Sudan as well as the private sector.
We have developed and implemented trainings spanning a wide spectrum of topics that include community-based reintegration, facilitation/training skills, project design and proposal writing, strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation, report writing, microfinance. SUDIA has also been a pioneer in the introduction and use of Futures technologies such as Foresight and Future Search in the Sudan and is actively promoting the use of these innovative technologies to address some of the chronic development challenges facing the country.



SUDIA offers considerable experience in Sudan in undertaking research. Whether providing needs assessments, evaluating projects or carrying out conflict analysis the emphasis is on participatory approaches that adopt robust quantitative and qualitative methodologies.
SUDIA provides services that are value-driven and is able to draw on expertise from its network of partners, associates and consultants both in-country and internationally.
Please contact us if you are interested in any of our services.

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