Grid View

Posts Tagged ‘social networks’

Taxonomy results for: social networks

The Currency of Connections: The establishment and reconfiguration of informal livelihood groups in Bentiu, South Sudan

|
|
|
|
|
|

This briefing paper explores the establishment and reconfiguration of informal livelihood groups and associations as a form of socioeconomic connectedness in Bentiu, South Sudan. By considering these dynamics, aid actors can better understand various livelihood-based strategies that households rely on to cope and adapt during displacement. This understanding may help aid actors to maximize the…

Read More

The Currency of Connections: The impact of weddings and rituals on social connections in Bentiu, South Sudan

|
|
|
|
|
|

This briefing paper examines changes to wedding rituals and the nature of marriages in the Bentiu Protection of Civilians site and adjacent areas of Rubkona and Bentiu towns. The authors draw from interviews and focus group discussions with displaced residents in the Bentiu PoC and with residents in the adjacent towns of Bentiu and Rubkona…

Read More

The Currency of Connections: The evolution of pre-displacement connections in Bentiu, South Sudan

|
|
|
|
|
|

This briefing paper examines changes in social connectedness in the Bentiu Protection of Civilians site and surrounding town. The authors pay particular attention to the evolution of pre-displacement connections, as well as people‚Äôs strategies for establishing new bonds with neighbors, friends, and those pursuing similar livelihood activities. These issues are significant for humanitarian practitioners, decision-makers,…

Read More
CSRF SOUTH SUDAN