The Khedive's Sudan Medal was a campaign medal awarded by the Khedivate of Egypt for service during the Mahdist War in Sudan. Established 12th February 1897, by Khedive Abbas Hilmi Pasha, this medal was initially to commemorate the reconquest of the Dongolaprovince in 1896. It was subsequently authorised for later campaigns and action up until 1908. The medal was awarded with fiftteen different clasps.
The medal is circular and made of silver or bronze. The obverse bears the Arabic cypher of the Khedive and the Hijri year 1314. The reverse shows an oval shield superimposed over a trophy of flags and arms. The medal hangs from a bar suspension.