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Search within Central and East Africa, Displacement and humanitarian protection,

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Report

Conflict-Sensitive Returns and Integration in South Sudan

Since fighting flared up in Sudan in April 2023, an estimated 8.2 million Sudanese have been forcibly displaced, out of which 1.7 million are hosted by neighbouring countries, including 588,711...
2024
Briefing

Key Considerations for Responding to Floods in South Sudan Through the Humanitarian-Peace-Development Nexus

In common with many other African countries, the Republic of South Sudan is increasingly experiencing devastating floods linked to climate change.1,2 The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) and El Niño regulate...
SSHAP
2024
Briefing

Crisis in Sudan: Briefing Note on Displacement from Sudan to South Sudan ar

The experiences of those fleeing from Sudan to South Sudan due to the current conflict are shaped by the complex socio-political dynamics within and between the two countries. This briefing...
SSHAP
2023
Infographics

Crisis in Sudan: Note on Displacement from Sudan to South Sudan ar

This infographic summarises the insights from a recent briefing note on displacement due to the crisis in Sudan. It explores the socio-political dynamics that need to be taken into consideration...
SSHAP
2023
Journal Article

“He Cannot Marry Her”: Excluding The Living And Including The Dead In South Sudanese Citizenship In Sudan

Using qualitative interviews and observations of Nuer chiefs’ courts to examine reforms to marriage laws within a South Sudanese refugee camp in Sudan, this article argues that chiefs’ courts contested...
2022
Journal Article

Humanitarian Shapeshifting: Navigation, Brokerage and Access in Eastern DR Congo

This article examines the experience of Congolese humanitarians negotiating access with armed groups in eastern DRC. It describes how humanitarians become shapeshifters: they play different roles for different audiences as...
2022
Journal Article

Humanitarian Fables: Morals, Meanings and Consequences for Humanitarian Practice

This article describes how events are turned into fables in humanitarian organisations. It explores how these fables circulate, the lessons they come to embody and their influence in maintaining an...
2022
Working Paper

Hosting New Neighbors : Perspectives of Host Communities on Social Cohesion in Eastern DRC

Situations of forced displacement create unique challenges for social cohesion because of the major disruption of social dynamics among both displaced persons and host communities. This paper uses a sequential...
World Bank
2022
Journal Article

Violence, abuse and exploitation among trafficked women and girls: a mixed-methods study in Nigeria and Uganda

Africa is the global region where modern-slavery is most prevalent, especially among women and girls. Despite the severe health consequences of human trafficking, evidence on the risks and experiences of...
BMC Public Health
2022

Communicative Health Promotion for Refugee Children in Uganda

Uganda’s refugee policy framework seeks to cover health care needs of refugees within a dynamic social context. Focusing on the ecosystem of urban refugees, the authors examine refugee health care...
2022
Report

Mobile Livelihoods: Borderland dynamics between Uganda and South Sudan

This report from the Rift Valley Institute explores the dynamics of transnational movement and networks of kin of South Sudanese and South Sudanese refugees in Uganda.
Rift Valley Institute
2022
Journal Article

Resistant Resilience: Agency and Resilience Among Refugees Resisting Humanitarian Corruption in Uganda

Resilience is a dominant humanitarian-development theme. Nonetheless, some humanitarian-development programmes have demonstrably negative impacts which encourage vulnerable people to actively resist these programmes. Based on 12 months ethnographic fieldwork in...
Taylor & Francis Online
2022
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