South Sudan / Sudan Working Group
In South Sudan, differing aid mandates lead to ethical standoff
Gender-based violence organizations in South Sudan worry that this desire for the story often comes at the expense of the survivor.
Mozambique storm; North Korea aid; and conflict spikes in South Sudan, Syria, and Yemen: The Cheat Sheet
IRIN editors' weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe.
Managing Uncertainty in Local-International Partnerships: Northeast Nigeria and South Sudan
This report examines partnerships between international NGOs (INGOs) and local/national NGOs (L/NNGOs) in two complex, conflict-driven emergencies: Nigeria and South Sudan. It presents case studies that are one component of InterAction’s Risk II: Local Actor Partnerships project – an 18-month research study funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID/OFDA).
South Sudan: The Whole Country is Traumatized
Decades of war left almost half the population with post-traumatic stress symptoms and little mental health care.
South Sudan Will Now Charge $10,000 For An Aid Worker Permit. Why?
It's unclear whether the fee would apply only to newcomers or to those already there as well. Whatever the case, the amount is "absolutely unheard of globally."
Famine-Wracked South Sudan Now Wants To Charge Aid Workers For Help
South Sudan is wracked by unfettered violence, ethnic cleansing, and famine. But now the government wants to charge aid workers $10,000 to operate in the country.
The South Sudan Level 3 designation: from policy to practice
The United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator (ERC) has declared that the humanitarian situation in South Sudan warranted classification as a system-wide Level 3 (L3) emergency.
Reflecting on 16 Years of Policy Advocacy
How can non-governmental organization (NGO) ideals and collective thinking become a positive and influential force in advancing policies that help…