Volunteer as a Warden

  1. Emergency Assistance
  2. Volunteer as a Warden

Would you like to help Americans abroad? The U.S. Embassy in Khartoum needs you! We are looking for volunteer wardens to assist American citizens in an emergency. A Warden is a private citizen who volunteers to assist the U.S. Embassy’s American Citizen Services section in communicating with Americans abroad and alerting Americans to emergency situations. Warden systems provide a reliable way to reach American citizens in the event of an emergency as well as facilitate the distribution of routine administrative information. Wardens also assist in:

  • Relaying official correspondence to American citizens in their district or group
  • Providing advice or information on local conditions to American Citizen Services
  • Assisting with enrollment in the Department of State’s Smart Traveler Enrollment Program
  • Maintaining contact information for U.S. citizens residing in the Warden’s area

We are looking for Wardens in: Khartoum, Omdurman, Bahri, Algezira State, Kassala, Port Sudan, Darfur Region and the Northern State. We are also looking for volunteers from schools, universities, and businesses with large numbers of American citizens.

Please review the Warden Responsibilities (PDF 199 KB) and the Warden Memo of Agreement (PDF 239 KB). If you are interested in serving as a Warden or would like more information, please contact us:

American Citizen Services
U.S. Embassy in Khartoum
ACSKhartoum@state.gov