Many westerners know Sudan only for the sad civil war that has torn the country apart for so many years. What they don’t often know, however, is that Sudan’s capital city of Khartoum is considered by many to be one of the safest and friendliest cities in the world. They may not know that northern Sudan, near the Egyptian border, boasts its own (much less crowded) pyramids. And they may not imagine an area where they will be asked to stop and enjoy a cup of tea several times each day – but this is what to expect in Sudan.
Teaching in Sudan allows teachers from around the world to experience some of Africa's warmest hospitality. It is an adventure for truly dedicated teachers; Nile Valley School hires educators of all levels; from classroom teachers to administrators. In general, licensed teachers at Nile Valley School can expect to earn a salary that allows for a fair amount of savings, and provided accommodation and health insurance.