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Daniel Maxwell and colleagues publish article in the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding
On October 11 the Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding published the Trajectories of International Engagement with State and Local Actors: Evidence from South Sudan article written by Feinstein’s Daniel Maxwell. Dan collaborated with Rachel Gordon, Leben Moro, Martina Santschi, and Philip Dau. This article investigates how international actors have engaged with the South Sudanese state and local actors in order to improve access to basic services, build state capacity to deliver those services, and provide social protection and livelihood support. The article also discusses what the impacts of such engagement have been and what aid actors can learn from the history of humanitarian and development assistance in South Sudan. The article was written based on research conducted with the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium.
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