Written: 2010 | Published: February 18, 2021 | Lydia Poole, John Primrose
Southern Sudan: Funding According to Need
This paper examines the ways in which evidence demonstrating the scale and severity of humanitarian needs in Southern Sudan is generated and used by the three largest sources of humanitarian funds – the US, the EC and the Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) – to prioritise funding to meet humanitarian needs. The paper also looks at some of the other considerations and influences that donors weigh in their decision-making processes and where some of the major obstacles to funding in accordance with needs lie.
The paper was originally published by Development Initiatives.
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