|Resource-based conflict in South Sudan|
In 2012 SOS Sahel South Sudan commissioned Partners in Development Services to conduct a baseline survey on resource-based conflict in Warrap State, South Sudan. The results of this work are being fed back to the relevant stakeholders (including officials from government departments, representatives of farmers and pastoralist's unions and NGOs) during a workshop in April 2013. To read the report please click here.
|Song of Sahel|
Song of Sahel was created by Niamh Clune, founder of Plum Tree Books. Struck by the famine and extreme poverty affecting communities in the Sahel, Niamh and artists and musicians from across the world, pooled their talents into creating Song of Sahel - an online anthology full of inspiring music, poetry, art and photography. Proceeds from downloads of the anthology and songs were kindly given to SOS Sahel and staff were presented with a cheque for over £200. Our warmest thanks go to Niamh and everyone involved for their hardwork and commitment towards supporting Sahelian communities to strengthen and improve their lives.
The song "Island of Hope" can be downloaded here
The official song for Song of Sahel "Give Me Life" can be downloaded here
To download the Song of Sahel anthology please click here
The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) aims to make information about aid spending easier to find, use and compare. You can find out more about the initiative here
SOS Sahel UK is committed to transparency in its work and we are therefore working towards compliance with the IATI. Our new DFID funded project in Ethiopia is the first time we have generated IATI data and we look forward to making further information available in the future.
For IATI data on SOS Sahel's Environmental Rehabiltation in Southern Ethiopia project please click here.
SOS Sahel's IATI data is published under a Public Domain Dedication and Licence which can be found here.
Marking SOS Sahel at 25
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