Sudan conflict: rethinking pathways for humanitarian aid provision
The article discusses the need for a paradigm shift in the standard models of humanitarian aid in the context of the conflict in Sudan. It suggests that instead of focusing on engaging with the fighting factions, alternative pathways for aid provision should be created that prioritise direct engagement with civilians. This approach could potentially circumvent the challenges posed by the ongoing conflict and ensure that aid reaches those who need it most.
This article was originally published by the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
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