It is a Thamarat program owned by the Government of Sudan, and the World Bank provides technical support for its implementation. The program is funded by the Sudan Multi-Donor Fund, the European Union, Germany, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Britain, Canada, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Finland, and France. The Ministry of Finance works with the Ministry of Social Development, the Ministry of Communications and Digital Transformation, and the Ministry of Interior through the Civil Registry Management Units and the Central Bank of Sudan. The program also works with other implementing partners such as the World Food Program and some other institutions and through various community organizations. The Civil Registry Department at the Ministry of Interior is considered one of the original partners in implementing the program, as registration in the Thumarat program depends on the national number as a basic document for registration and updating its data through the Civil Registry Department, the official spokesman for the police forces.