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Making Sense of ‘localisation’ in Sudan

23 May 2023
Africa, East Africa

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Making Sense of ‘localisation’ in Sudan

The Conflict Sensitivity Facility (CSF) released the following working paper, Making sense of ‘localisation’ in Sudan, it identifies and explores themes that are relevant to aid’s conflict sensitivity.

Please note that this paper was written before conflict erupted in Sudan on April 15 2023 and that the Sudanese context has dramatically changed since. Still, this research provides useful background knowledge on the legacy and history of localisation in Sudan which is key to ensuring that aid actors support local civilian networks and organisations and local peace efforts when delivering humanitarian assistance. 


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