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Title: War, conflict, and its impact in the greater horn of Africa: a case study of South Sudan
Authors: Nyathiec Autiak, Elizabeth
Keywords: War
Greater horn of Africa
South Sudan
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management
Abstract: Less than two years after independence, December 2013, violent conflict broke out in South Sudan that affected civilians who encountered sexual violence, destruction of property, death and displacement creating social and economic challenges in the country. This is devastating for a nation that is less than two years old and fought vehemently to become independent from the south and was expected was growth and development and not internal war and conflict. Most importantly, it would be adequate to address and comprehend the causes and impact of the conflict in Africa’s newest kid South Sudan. This thesis focuses on issues surrounding South Sudan conflict from the implementation of the comprehensive peace agreement in 2005 to the sharing of power between the government led by SPLM leader Salva Kiir and the opposition leader Rick Machar. The underlying issues are delicate and intrinsic that require the international community to comprehensively address the challenges and obstacles that continue to create violence which mainly affect the vulnerable in the society i.e. children and women.
Description: A Report Submitted To The College Of Humanities And Social Sciences At The Kampala International University In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirement For The Award Of Degree Of Bachelor Of International Relations
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