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Highlights on the resilience and vulnerability of populations affected by conflict

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This is the third in a series of three briefing papers that form part of the Mind the gap – Bridging the research, practice and policy divide to enhance livelihood resilience in conflict settings project, a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Feinstein International Center, Friedman School…

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Are non-poor households always less vulnerable? The case of households exposed to protracted civil war in Southern Sudan

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This paper is an attempt to gain a more nuanced understanding of the dynamics of vulnerability during protracted civil war. It shows that during civil war the non-poor are not necessarily less vulnerable than poor households Link to publication

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Participation by the Affected Population in Relief Operations: A Review of the Experience of DEC Agencies During the Response to the 1998 Famine in South Sudan

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This study from 1999 attempts to identify empirically, types of participation by beneficiaries of food aid and their communities over a geographically and socially limited area. (i.e. Southern Sudan). This is achieved through a description of the experience of some of the 12 UK based NGOs covered by the Disasters’ Emergency Committee (DEC) evaluation of…

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