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This brief provides an overview of the Marburg Virus Disease outbreaks in Equatorial Guinea and Tanzania, as well as contextual factors to inform considerations for responses in both countries.
This blog is a first-hand account written by Machar Diu Gatket, a South Sudanese social scientist currently fleeing the conflict…
This update, published in May 2022, analyses priority protection risks and provides a set of recommendations.
Sudan food security outlook update describing different drivers of food insecurity among a range of vulnerable population groups.
‘The deeper crisis is that Sudan’s political economy is structured in an unequal and exploitative manner.’
This briefing note, published on 19 April 2023, from ACAPS describes the impact of the Sudan crisis on provision and humanitarian constraints.
This Thematic Report, published on 27 April 2023, provides an update on the impact of conflict on Sudan’s healthcare system using a secondary data review of public sources. Operational constraints and political sensitivities hinder data and information gathering among humanitarian…
This briefing note, published on 4 May 2023, a snapshot of the humanitarian access situation in Sudan following the start of fighting between the SAF and the RSF on 15 April 2023, focusing on conflict-affected areas. It also provides some…
This article explains the Framework Agreement of Dec 2022 signed between Sudan’s military leaders and pro-democracy parties designed to reverse the damage done by the military coup in October 2021. It describes motivations of and relationships between key actors influencing…
Like many countries around the globe, South Sudan is facing unprecedented impacts of climate change. Since 2017, it has experienced heavy downpours which have resulted in rampant floods. For instance, between July and October 2021 alone, 856,000 people were affected…
Guidance Note on Community Engagement for Cholera Outbreak Response in the East and Southern Africa Region frpt
The purpose of this guidance note is to support Ministries of Health, UNICEF, and other response partners to design and implement effective, community-centred, and data-driven community engagement for cholera outbreak response.
Hiding in plain sight: IDP’s protection strategies after closing Juba’s protection of civilian sites
When civil war broke out in South Sudan in 2013, people from the Nuer minority ethnic group became targeted by government forces and sought protection in United Nations peace-keeping bases which expanded and became known as Protection of Civilian sites…