Savings and Social Development Bank (SSDB) was established according
to special law in 1996 as an extension for Sudanese Savings Bank (SSB)
[1974-1995], with the special objectives of providing finance to all small productive
sectors to alleviate poverty, to stimulate the macro-economy by the contribution
of these sectors and spread microfinance services (saving, insurance, and
remittances) among the categories of these sectors.
The bank practices all the banking activities and allocates their earnings to
support its activities in the provision of microfinance services through a network
of thirty two branches and six sub-branches distributed over several States in
Sudan in conformity with the provisions of Islamic Shari’a.