Reviewing the Role of NGOs Aid of Internally Displaced People in Sudan
Issam A.W. Mohamed
Al-Neelain University - Department of Economics
July 15, 2011
Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Law Journal, Vol. 12, Issue 63, July 28, 2011
The study presented reviews activities of NGOs in Sudan. That was a disputable issue that resulted in a mass expulsion of many in 2009. However¸ there were precedents of such expulsions in previous and following years. The paper discusses humanitarian work in Sudan, positive and negative sides. Reasons are that part of the hypothetical framework here is that their activities in the country are indispensible. The country still faces many humanitarian suffering in most of its regions and international aid is direly required. Thus, it is essential to rectify their modus operandi to be consistent with the culture of the country's people. The conclusions of the paper emphasize that such their humanitarian relief facilities are inadequate and that educational efforts are more needed to support a build-up of human capital. Malnutrition, inadequate homes and sanitation facilities are also common issues that should be within their aid targets. Those are axial factors that should be focused upon specially with escalating economic distress and secession of the Southern Sudan.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 18
Keywords: Sudan, NGOs, Humanitarian Aid, Dependancy Syndrome, Education, Human Capital
JEL Classification: J2, J20, J21, J24, N4, N49Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: July 18, 2011 ; Last revised: July 29, 2011
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