It will be held in two sections for men and women on memorization of the entire Quran along with observing the rules of Tarteel and Tajweed.
The organizing committee said all preparations have been made for best holding the contest.
It will be launched at the Dar-ol-Quran al-Kareem Hall in Khartoum on Saturday and run until Wednesday, January 11.
A number of senior Quran experts from different countries, including Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen, and Sudan are members of the panel of judges.
Mohammad Khakpour will represent Islamic Republic of Iran at the African country’s Quran competition.
Khakpour, who is from the northeastern holy city of Mashhad, has previously competed in international Quranic events in Algeria and Jordan.
He will leave the country for Khartoum on Tuesday.
Last year, Iran’s representative in Sudan international Quran competition Ali Assadi Saffar failed to win any titles.