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Famine, Access and Conflict Sensitivity: What opportunities do livestock offer in South Sudan?

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This report that discusses opportunities provided by livestock in South Sudan referring to famine, access and conflict sensitivity is based on research conducted by Naomi Pendle and the Conflict Sensitivity Resource Facility (CSRF) in 2017. The research was funded by the UK, Swiss, and Canadian Donor Missions in South Sudan.

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Contextualised conflict sensitivity guidance for South Sudan

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Humanitarian or development assistance delivered in complex, highly contested and conflict-affected contexts such as South Sudan will inevitably impact on conflict dynamics. These may be positive or negative, direct or indirect, intentional or unintended. Conflict sensitivity is an approach that helps humanitarian and development actors maximise the potential positive, and minimise any potential negative impacts…

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Findings around conflict sensitivity and food aid in Northern Bahr el-Ghazal

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This briefing paper sheds light on some aspects of the conflict sensitivity of food aid in former Northern Bahr el Ghazal (NBeG). In contrast to other states, NBeG has been spared by large scale armed violence, but it is affected by a severe food security crisis that has forced tens of thousands of people to…

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Northern Bahr-el Ghazal State, South Sudan – Conflict Sensitivity Assessment

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This report presents a conflict sensitivity assessment (CSA) in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el-Ghazal State (NBeG) where the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC) implemented a water program and contributes to partners’ activities in the food security and livelihood domain.

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