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Research report

7th October 2020
This report examines the history of epidemic disease in this region in order to shed light on the current COVID-19 pandemic and its likely course. R...

Research report

22nd July 2020
This report is the second report in a series looking at the relationship between modern-day Puntland, a semi-autonomous region of north-east Somalia, ...

Blog

6th July 2020
Aid providers in the Horn of Africa have always struggled to adapt their systems and models to the simple fact that people move from place to place. D...

Research report

29th June 2020
South Sudan is one of the hungriest places on earth – this report explains how reliance on regional grain markets is shaping its international relatio...

Briefing paper

16th June 2020
An examination of how experiences of conflict, displacement and mobility have changed what people in South Sudan grow and eat.

Research report

11th June 2020
Along the Egypt-Sudan border, tensions have been rising for several decades despite limited efforts at cooperation. Both countries need to reexamine t...

Briefing paper

26th May 2020
National response to the virus has rapidly become a new factor in Sudan and South Sudan’s cross-border political economy.

Briefing paper

18th May 2020
The impact on the khat trade in particular is a good illustration of the economy’s regional and international connections, and the effects of anti-COV...

Briefing paper

29th April 2020
Coronavirus has caused import volumes into South Sudan to plummet by 50% – having profound effects on stressed food systems.

Briefing paper

21st April 2020
A story of preserving access to a valued variety of sorghum—ruath—by travelling into military occupied areas of Abyei.

Briefing paper

4th April 2020
Discussion of how the movement of people and tubers is connected to changing marriage practices and the organization of family wealth.

Briefing paper

2nd April 2020
This account shows how Dinka women deployed the social and material capital of seeds under their control to manage the wider transitions experienced d...

Briefing paper

23rd March 2020
This paper focuses on the impact that gold mining has had on labour relations in Blue Nile state.

Interview

20th March 2020
Interview with Eddie Thomas on his report, ‘Cash, Commodification and Conflict in South Sudan.

Research report

19th March 2020
Traditional modalities of the aid industry are not fit for purpose in a world where transnationalism is a daily reality for communities.

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