THE IMPACT OF ARMED CONFLICT ON COMMUNITY SOCIAL FABRIC IN UPPER NILE STATE: CASE STUDY MALAKAL
The book delves into the heart of one of South Sudan’s most devastating conflicts, examining the profound impact of armed conflict on the social fabric of the Upper Nile State, with a particular focus on the city of Malakal. This insightful and comprehensive case study provides a nuanced exploration of the complex interplay between conflict and community dynamics. The book begins by offering a historical context, tracing the roots of conflict in the region and the factors that have contributed to its perpetuation. Drawing from extensive research and fieldwork, the author highlights the multifaceted nature of the conflict, which encompasses ethnic tensions, political rivalries and resource scarcity. It unveils the various ways in which armed conflict has disrupted the social fabric of Malakal and its surrounding areas. The book discusses the displacement of populations, the breakdown of traditional social structures and the erosion of trust among community members. It also sheds light on the challenges faced by individuals and families in coping with the trauma and psychological scars left in the wake of violence.
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|Jundi Simon Both and Dr. Daniel Reec Monyrac, PhD