Minister of State for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Prof. Umm Salamah Mohammed Ismail, stressed that the reform of the state apparatus is a continuous process, noting the importance of completing the implementation of all the recommendations of the national dialogue, calling for the optimal utilization of the country's resources.
On February 4, 2019, the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers held a workshop on economic policies and the challenges of people's pensions held by the Secretariat of Statistics, Studies and Research at the Association of Working Women. Amna Omar and members of the Association of different branches.
The workshop reviewed a scientific paper presented by the economic expert d. Babeker Mohammed Tom on the reality and future of the Sudanese economy in light of the challenges ahead. The workshop concluded with a number of recommendations, the most important of which was the need to pay attention to the enforcement, follow-up and codification of the five-year program, which focused on production through partnerships with the private sector, promoting the process of transforming society from consumer to product, inspiration of Sudan's initiative for Arab food security, mobilizing resources and enforcing tax and customs reform policies. Investment, removing obstacles, facilitating business performance and speeding up investment decision making.