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Event

29th April 2024
Researchers from across the Local Research Network gathered in Bangkok for a workshop hosted by The Asia Foundation.

Event

20th July 2022
As part of the Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT) program, the X-Border Local Research Network held a report launch event to ex...

Podcast

10th March 2021
RVI’s Magnus Taylor speaks with RVI researchers, Joseph Diing Majok and Nicki Kindersley, about their latest report, “Breaking Out of the Borderlands:...

Podcast

13th January 2021
Displaced Tastes is a collaborative research project run by the Rift Valley Institute and the Catholic University of South Sudan as part of the X-Bord...

Briefing paper

11th December 2020
In February 2020, South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir, appointed Hussein Abdel Bagi — head of the South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA) — as one o...

Research report

4th November 2020
The study asks two core questions: First, how do residents in the borderlands of South Sudan seek survival, welfare and better lives in the economies ...

Briefing paper

22nd October 2020
To understand how grain is traded in South Sudan, and who by, Jovensia Uchalla examines the life stories of South Sudanese and foreign grain traders,...

Event

19th October 2020
This is an interactive report on how individuals move and interact across borders and transnationally. The report summarises the outcomes of these di...

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

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.

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

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.

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