This report produced by the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium, examines the dilemmas and ramifications of large scale humanitarian operations in the context of the ongoing conflict in South Sudan. The report describes the conditions of internally displaced peoples (IDPs) and their relations with host communities. The report also delves into the minutiae of the politics and maneuvering between organizations providing humanitarian assistance to displaced communities on the one hand and the GRSS (Government of the Republic of South Sudan), SPLM/A-IO (Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army-In Opposition) and local level authorities, on the other. This report would be a useful resource not only for those studying the South Sudan conflict but also for practitioners in the development and humanitarian assistance sphere.
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