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Seasonality, sex, and acute malnutrition in Chad’s Sila Province

This brief summarizes the seasonal patterns of acute malnutrition and differences in seasonal patterns and possible drivers for boys and girls in the Goz Beida Region of eastern Chad.

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Seasonality matters: how cyclical changes trigger drivers of acute malnutrition in Chad’s Sila Province

This brief summarizes the seasonal patterns of acute malnutrition and its key drivers in the Goz Beida Region of Chad.

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The Cowardly Man Raises his Children: Refugee Gang Violence and Masculine Norms in Cairo

By Paul Miranda, Karen Jacobsen | September 2020

This report analyzes gang violence affecting African refugee communities in Cairo, Egypt to promote understanding of why violence occurs and local grassroots efforts to prevent violence. It makes recommendations for how humanitarian organizations can support community efforts.

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The Currency of Connections: Why Do Social Connections Matter for Household Resilience in South Sudan?

This study looked at how social connections during times of crisis enable populations to manage shocks and stresses in South Sudan.

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Committee Members and Influential People in Village Networks

By Merry Fitzpatrick | August 2020

This study found that there is a relatively small overlap between people deemed the most influential and the elected committee members of self-organizing groups.

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