Markets in crises: South Sudan case study

Mar 4, 2015 | by ODI, Oxfam, Humanitarian Policy Group

Highlighting that markets cannot be understood in isolation, the paper looks at how aid actors need to understand wider market systems, networks, trade relationships as well as institutional factors when engaging with markets. Aid interventions are often too localised in their approach and only a handful of agencies take more systemic and conflict sensitive approaches.

Tags: South Sudan, cash, credit, crisis, displaced persons, economic development, fragile and conflict-affected environments/settings, humanitarian, internally displaced person/people, livelihoods, market analysis, market based, vulnerable population

Categories: Resources: Markets in Crisis