Following the realization of the role of the humanitarian aid in the life of the refugees, this research paper explores how this has significantly contributed to the civil unrest in the country of Sudan…
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This paper is informative enough and should be used by other NGOs and support agencies to ensure that the services they advance in the banner of humanitarian grounds do not facilitate and aggravate the existing or rather ended violence in their areas of target. For close to thirty years, Sudan, a country in Africa, has faced several internal conflicts in which the Southern and the Northerners have been engaged in the series of fights because of fundamental differences. Sudan has experienced political instability for all the years, and in the recent past the southern part of the country seceded and is now a democratic republic. Even though it got its independence following the successful secession, it should be noted that there has not been peace yet in the country, and certain economic issues like oil fields, specifically situated in Abieyi, still make the country’s tension palpable (Whitman, 1999). Because of the long period of war, the country has experienced extreme internal conflicts, and this has made the population move to other countries to seek refuge. Some of the countries that have experienced the influx of the Sudanese following the constant state of war in the country are Kenya, Egypt, Uganda, Ethiopia, Chad, Eritrea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and so on. Of course, many are also displaced within the country and are referred to as the internal displace persons. This research paper particularly looks at those who are displaced within the country. It should be mentioned that the population that is displaced within the country is more than those in various individual countries; the population of the internally displaced people stands at 4,644,800. It must be understood that the climatic condition of Sudan is arid. The fact that the country is an arid land coupled with the successive violence in the area has made the lives of the people very difficult. This has made very many humanitarian sympathizers build camps in the area to provide the necessary basics to the otherwise suffering population. Humanitarian aids have been synonymous with areas that have undergone political turbulence in the entire world, and this is not new to Sudan. At the face-value look, it is always construed that the humanitarian aids provision is targeted at extending a helpful hand to the suffering population and attempts to bring relative peace in the area; this can be a misconception, according to the research. In fact, the humanitarian aids form the basis of new wave of violence and war in the area. This research paper explains how the humanitarian aids are responsible for the rounds of new waves of war instead of the primary role of providing humanitarian help during crisis time (Whitman, 1999). Objective of the Study For this research paper about the humanitarian provision in Sudan and the subsequent increment of violence and war related cases, the study was designed to unravel the following: I. To understand the context in which the refugees in the country come to be; whether it is politically motivated or otherwise; II. To understand the role of the humanitarian aid providers in Sudan as far as logistical and basic need support to the refugees is concerned; III. To establish whether there is a demilitarization program for
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