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A tale of two crises: Conflict and COVID-19 in South Sudan
Comment & analysis

A tale of two crises: Conflict and COVID-19 in South Sudan

While South Sudan’s leaders try to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), communities in many parts of the country are facing a dual threat to their safety as inter-communal violence breaks out with little intervention from national authorities. Urgent action is needed to address the power vacuum at the heart of this crisis and prioritise peace as the country battles COVID-19.

27 May 2020
Saferworld supports the call for a global ceasefire
News & events

Saferworld supports the call for a global ceasefire

Saferworld joins over 250 organisations calling for a global ceasefire to support those affected by conflict and violence as they tackle the novel conoravirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

1 May 2020
COVID-19, conflict and aid in South Sudan
Blog

COVID-19, conflict and aid in South Sudan

As the aid sector in South Sudan shifts rapidly to prepare for and respond to the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country, Natalia Chan and Tim Midgley reflect on the need to ensure humanitarian responses take into account conflict dynamics.

9 April 2020
COVID-19 and the toxic politics of exploitation
Blog

COVID-19 and the toxic politics of exploitation

We are all under siege. As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, urgent action is needed to challenge the governments who are exploiting it for their own ends, and to address the dangers confronting the world’s most vulnerable people.

3 April 2020
COVID-19: A statement from Saferworld
News & events

COVID-19: A statement from Saferworld

With the world increasingly in lockdown and the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) dominating headlines and disrupting lives for the foreseeable future, Saferworld stands in solidarity with people and communities affected by violent conflict and instability as they face yet further challenges to their health, security and prospects for peace.

1 April 2020