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Maids in Sudan (Domestic Help)

Because of the heat and dust, the need for incessant cleaning, washing, and the time consumed by local marketing, domestic help is considered a necessity and not a luxury, especially among those with heavy social responsibilities.

One needs to take into account whether your household staff will be working full time or part time and the size of the house. Overtime pay is expected for evening work. Most domestic workers live in their own homes and come to work before breakfast (6 am to 6:30 pm) and leave after lunch (about 4 pm). If a cook is needed specifically for evening hours, it should be understood when they are hired.

Experienced domestic help is increasingly scarce in Khartoum because of opportunities available in other countries at higher salaries. All salaries are in Sudanese pound (SDG).





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