Supporting conflict sensitive aid in Sudan

The Conflict Sensitivity Facility (CSF) works with donors and implementing agencies to support the adoption of more conflict sensitive practices in their work. In doing so, we help organisations focused on delivering humanitarian and development assistance to avoid unintentionally feeding conflict, and maximize their potential contribution to peace . Together we are building a movement for Better Aid.
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What We Do
Whether driving relevant analysis, bringing people together to confront shared challenges, or supporting capacity development, the CSF develops innovative approaches to ensure aid in Sudan is as effective as possible.
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Knowledge Hub
The CSF Knowledge Hub contains our online courses, accessible to all, and a dual-language research library to help connect aid actors to context. Also try out our evaluations connector tool and check out our research updates.
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Better Aid
Our collection of informal articles, events and trainings, interviews and podcasts. Our space to amplify voices, convene conversations and inspire practical action. Together, we are building a movement for Better Aid.
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Our Story
The CSF is the product of three decades of experience and learning in aid and peacebuilding sectors. Along with our sister project in South Sudan, we are pioneers in providing dedicated and context specific services to the aid sector.
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Latest Blog Posts

March 25, 2024 | Audrey Bottjen
What can Sudan’s past teach us? – Part 2: recommendations for aid’s approach to access today

Humanitarian access challenges in Sudan are not new. The control or denial of access by conflict actors to further political,…

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Business and aid: a role for the private sector in Sudan’s humanitarian response

As international aid actors struggle to reach those in need and local volunteers come under attack, some businesses are offering…

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February 06, 2024 | Dawalbit Mohamed
Narratives that drive conflict – unpacking the term ‘settler’ and what it means in Darfur

Introduction  The term ‘settler’ is highly contested and constantly evolving in Sudan. It interacts with the broader concept of identity…

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