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Livestock and livelihoods in South Sudan

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This rapid review provides a synthesis of evaluations and learning reviews of livestock and livelihood in South Sudan. It begins with the elaboration of the importance of livestock to livelihoods. The review identifies that agro-pastoralism is the main livelihood system in rural areas of South Sudan. Although agro-pastoralism involves both livestock rearing and crop production,…

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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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Challenges and possible improvement of livestock sector in South Sudan

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South Sudan has agr─▒culture as one of the main contributors of her economy since the vast majority of the households engage in different agricultural activities. Among which is Livestock and it is mostly done on small scale. Cattle keepers are faced with challenges like political instability, civil conflicts, cattle raiding, Continuous uncontrolled pastoralism and poor…

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Risk, Resilience, and Pastoralist Mobility

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As livestock becomes increasingly recognized for its significant contribution to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and exports, this report┬áinvestigates the practice of pastoralism in Sudan. The authors delineate migration patterns, rationales, and market strategies, and offer recommendations for policymakers and service providers interacting with communities that practice pastoralism. This study finds: Herders do not follow individual…

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The Impact of Conflict on the Livestock Sector in South Sudan

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The crisis erupted at the end of 2013 engulfed nearly all states and community groups resulting in the proliferation of conflict actors. While the crisis has impacted all economic sectors, livestock was specifically affected because of the targeting for cattle raiding by the warring parties. Added to this was the restriction on seasonal movements without…

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Community-Based Animal Health Workers in the Horn of Africa

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This report describes the process and findings of an evaluation of community-based animal health workers (CAHWs) in Kenya, Ethiopia, and South Sudan. Overall, the researchers find that CAHWs continue to be the preferred service provider at the community level, and that their assistance has a significant positive effect on the livelihood impacts of livestock diseases.…

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Livestock Interventions in Complex Emergencies: South Sudan and Somalia case studies

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This case study examines how alternative approaches to rinderpest eradication evolved in the complex emergency context of southern Sudan. The researchers also explore how initial experiences informed the establishment of a large scale community based animal health worker (CAHW) system. Although the case study is limited to experiences in southern Sudan, these findings have implications…

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War and Women in the Sudan: Role Change and Adjustment to New Responsibilities

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This study examines Sudanese women’s perceptions of how land or cattle ownership, family relations, household social structures, and other social realities may stimulate women’s opportunities to obtain better resources in the Sudan. Link to publication

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