UPDATE APRIL 2nd 2015 : According to the english language SUDAN TRIBUNE newspaper a law is being prepared that would '' oblige patients to take the necessary steps including seeking medical help to prevent transmission of the virus to others. Failing to do so would be punishable by law'"
The proposed law would also include strictures and obligations relating to marriage ''Should an infected individual decide to marry they should notify their prospective spouse and comply with instructions that prevent transmitting the virus''
This is a worrying development
The full article can be accesed in the pdf above
Officially, people infected with HIV are not allowed to enter Sudan. According to the immigration law, they cannot be granted a visa. A negative HIV test result has to be presented at a Sudanese embassy and/or at the airport in Khartoum in order to obtain a visa. According to the embassy, this requirement is not enforced in practice.
In general (according to the immigration law), HIV infected foreigners are not allowed to stay in Sudan. However, controls and deportations are not carried out in practice.
No HIV test result has to be presented when applying for a tourist or business visa at a Sudanese embassy or at Khartoum airport. The regulations are not applied.
Some HIV/AIDS entry restrictions exist for visitors to and foreign residents of Sudan. A negative HIV test result must be presented at a Sudanese embassy or at Khartoum airport in order to obtain a visa. However, anecdotal reports indicate this requirement is not enforced in practice.
HIV tests required for foreigners who want to stay 3 months or more.
For updated information, please go to: www.hivrestrictions.org
Male to Male relationships: Not Legal
Female to Female Relationships: NotLegal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law
For updated information, please go to: http://ilga.org