An intention survey in Melut

As I mentioned in a previous entry about the relocation in Bor, what to do out of the PoCs was (and still is) one of the most debated issues on humanitarian policy in South Sudan. When talking about a phasing out strategy, there were security, logistical, political considerations to put in the picture. And there …

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Relocation in Doro, Maban

I spent most of my time in South Sudan in a county called Maban, in the North Eastern edge of the country, not far from the border with Sudan. The county hosts about 100,000 refugees that started to arrive from Sudan in 2012, moving away from a conflict in Blue Nile State. That is a …

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