South Sudan: looking back to look forwards
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07 October 2014
Since December 2013 – only two and a half years after becoming an independent country – South Sudan has been mired in a deep political, military, and humanitarian crisis. We have just published a series of papers reflecting on the breakdown of post-conflict mechanisms that were being put in place prior to the outbreak of violence in December 2013, as well as a review of past and present humanitarian operations, in particular, Operation Lifeline Sudan. We have also published a paper which looks at people's perceptions of their former livelihoods, access to basic services and governance in Pibor County prior to the escalation of violence.
Read the working paper: Looking back to look ahead? Reviewing key lessons from Operation Lifeline Sudan and past humanitarian operations in South Sudan
Read the working paper: Livelihoods, access to services and perceptions of governance: An analysis of Pibor county, South Sudan from the perspective of displaced people
Read the discussion paper: From post-conflict recovery and state building to a renewed humanitarian emergency: A brief reflection on South Sudan
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