Hassan-Alattar SattiVisiting Fellow
Hassan is an expert in the field of “resilient development” with more than eight years’ experience developing, implementing, and evaluating food security and peacebuilding interventions in Sudan. He has a proven track record of leading the implementation of multi-sectoral programs in diverse geographical regions in Darfur.
Hassan has worked for international NGOs including Practical Action, CARE International, and Oxfam. Currently, Hassan works as an independent consultant providing technical support for national and international stakeholders in Sudan with focus on staff capacity building; developing knowledge materials; and carrying out research, surveys, and evaluations. Collaborating with the Feinstein International Center, Hassan is the national research manager for the Taadoud II project in Darfur.
Hassan has an agricultural background with B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Animal Production from the University of Khartoum. With a UK Chevening Scholarship, he completed a masters in development and security from the University of Bristol in the UK in 2014. Hassan’s research interests include natural resources management, environmental politics and critical security studies.
Hassan’s personal interests include swimming and running. He has a special passion for Sudanese and international music.
- Natural Resources Management
- Environmental Politics
- Critical Security Studies
On April 22, 2021, the Feinstein International Center brought together three Sudanese professionals from different backgrounds and disciplines to discuss how racism manifests itself in Sudan, challenges to diversity, equity,…Read More
Feinstein Research Projects
Brief 3: Participation in Integrated Natural Resource Management Projects: Reflections from North Darfur
This brief explores community perspectives on integrated natural resource management (INRM) and aims to understand the incentives of natural resource users within Taadoud II areas to participate in INRM interventions.Read More
This brief reviews how farming, agro-pastoralist, and pastoralist livelihood systems in Darfur are permanently changing in response to these major changes and in the face of ever-increasing pressure on natural resources.Read More