Targeting in Complex Emergencies: South Sudan Country Case Study

Maxwell, Daniel
Burns, John
2008-07-28

The population of Southern Sudan was caught in a civil war from 1983 to 2005. During the war, several major famines led to a massive Food relief intervention by the World Food Programme – intervention that continues to the present. Much of this food was delivered to vulnerable people by air drops, with the actual targeting of assistance on the ground left to local leaders and traditional authori... read more

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Feinstein International Center Records
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Food security
Sudan
Feinstein International Center
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