Sudan dating and marriage
That is your first chance to make a good impression.
Very formal greetings might give the impression that you are not interested in a warm and friendly relationship.
» You may ask the Sudanese about their family and relatives.
It is not a good idea to go into details when it comes to family and bear in mind that family means not only your wife, husband and kids but also your extended family, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, etc.
The personal space of a Sudanese is usually considerably less than of a Canadian, so one must not be affronted by an individual coming very close to speak.
Southern Sudanese have rarely seen vehicles, are unfamiliar with paved roads and shopping malls, rarely have currency (bartering is still very common), and cannot imagine the many technological realities of the western world.
It is best not to touch someone, but do not recoil if they touch you.
One can be firm but it is better to be calm and even-toned.
During festivities, such as a wedding or a birth, gift-giving demonstrates love and care for the whole family.
In difficult times such as a death, a sickness or an accident, your visit is very important but you shouldn’t bring a gift. Sudanese are very social people and it is recommended to have visit exchanges and to accept all invitations.