Ramadan in Sudan
“Ramadan is a different month. Families start to prepare for Ramadan before, two, three weeks before Ramadan. They start preparing a special kind of drink that they drink it after ‘iftar.’ And usually even for the time schedule, they change the time schedule. People come back from work earlier than they used to, and they have [an] excuse. If you said, ‘I’m fasting,’ it’s [an] excuse. Usually people, even for the food, they prepare more food, not like the normal day.”
In this video, a native Sudanese discusses Ramadan in Sudan.