The Arab Authority for Agricultural Investment and Development (AAAID) has carried out a number of development programs in the Sudan during the year 2017 from which 2,115 families benefited. At the end of last year, the number of beneficiary families in the agricultural activity reached about 900 families in an area planted with corn, sesame, peanut, wheat and millet crops. The AAAID programs targeted, according to the AAAID latest report SUNA received a copy of which, the animal production activity and the programs for shepherds in the state of White Nile for the purpose of raising and fattening the sheep started with the delivering of about 479 heads. As part of its efforts to develop rural communities, the authority has implemented a partnership agreement with Al-Suqiya (irrigation) Charitable Organization, where a number of wells have been drilled in different water-scarred states 1,200 families and 22,791 individuals benefited from which. The idea of the AAAID programs is to support and develop the agricultural sector and make maximum use of the available natural resources available in the promising areas as well as the provision of financing in the field of basic needs for the citizens through specialized credit lines to serve these programs.