Comment and Analysis

May 25, 2021 | Dorette Besser
Conflict Sensitivity – Myth Busting!

Aid, whether it’s humanitarian or development, can feed into existing tensions or conflicts or worse, create new tensions. Why? We…

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April 25, 2021 | Kholood Khair
A cure worse than the disease? Learning from recent failures to develop a Covid-19 response fit for Sudan

One year ago, last month, WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic. As infections rapidly spread around the world, some proclaimed ‘experts’…

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April 11, 2021 | CSF Team
Windows of Opportunity: 4 Ways that Aid can either Help or Hinder Sudan’s Transition

In addition to the daily challenges that all aid actors in Sudan must navigate, there are a number of deeper…

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Struggling with COVID Containment Measures in Rural Sudan

In Sudan, the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Khartoum on 20 March 2020.  As of October 7, 2020,…

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Food aid and power in Sudan – time for continuity or change?

For the first time in decades, Sudan has a real opportunity for political and economic change.  The 2019 revolution resulted…

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February 22, 2021 | CSF Team
Designing Conflict Sensitivity into New Programs

In the aid sector, most good ideas are met with a series of questions: Is it in the budget?  Is…

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February 12, 2021 | CSF Team
Aid in the Big Picture – What will our impact be on Sudan’s transition?

As aid workers in Sudan, we often find ourselves balancing competing crises, with our days dominated by demands from all…

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