You’ve now reached the end of this course.  We hope it was useful and has motivated you, and given you some new tools for better understanding the conflicts currently happening in Sudan.  We also hope that you are in a better position to understand how aid can interact with those conflicts – for better or worse.  If you’d like to go deeper and practically apply some of these ideas in person and with others, join us for one of our in-person Conflict Analysis courses, or some of the other courses that the CSF offers.

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