It is important to shake hands when greeting someone, especially for the first time.
That is your first chance to make a good impression.
In other words, keep at least one metre personal space, especially if the other person is different sex/gender.
You do not have to keep eye contact all the time when talking to someone.
You should know the Sudanese people are very simple, easygoing people and they have good faith in strangers or people they’ve never met before. Usually they blame the government for the low living standards and the problems they are currently facing in the Middle East.
» You may ask the Sudanese about their family and relatives.Southern Sudanese have rarely seen vehicles, are unfamiliar with paved roads and shopping malls, rarely have currency (bartering is still very common), and cannot imagine the many technological realities of the western world.Talk of family and children are usually safe, although in areas where polygamy is common, monogamy may be viewed as humorous!The rhino's horn has also been removed as an added precaution.When you meet a Sudanese for the first time, the manner in which you greet them is very important.