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07 October 2014
We have just published a series of papers looking at the breakdown of post-conflict mechanisms in South Sudan; past and present humanitarian operations; and people's perceptions of their former livelihoods, access to basic services and governance in Pibor County.
02 October 2014
The economic returns of foreign employment come at a massive financial and physical cost for Nepalese and Pakistani migrants, according to our new research.
16 September 2014
In June, as part of a two-year study into state capacity and malnutrition, SLRC spent some time in northern Sierra Leone interviewing communities about the social causes of malnutrition.
05 August 2014
Daily life in Kabul goes on despite the chronic insecurity and uncertainty people face. Rich Mallett discovers a vibrant part of Kabul in the city’s tailoring sector.
05 August 2014
Hundreds of people have died of Ebola. SLRC Sierra Leone Research Programme Leader, Lisa Denney, has been telling the UK media about gaps she has seen in Sierra Leone's health services.
22 July 2014
This month SLRC Sierra Leone research lead, Lisa Denney, looks at the current Ebola outbreak and argues that though prevention might be better than cure, it is much harder to build capacity to do this.
02 July 2014
We share with you the analytical framework we are using to measure state capacity in Sierra Leone with regards to malnutrition, and Richard Mallett has written a blog to help clarify what we mean by "capacity" in international development.
01 July 2014
What are people's perceptions of livelihoods support, basic services, economic opportunities, and governance when living in conflict-affected states?
26 June 2014
SLRC researcher, Ashley Jackson reflects on this weekend’s voting activities in Afghanistan and calls on the international community to ensure that the results are legitimate and don’t drive Afghanistan deeper into conflict.
02 April 2014
When the troops leave, Afghanistan's small businesses face an uncertain future. Richard Mallett examines their plight and what foreign aid donors can do to better support livelihoods in rapidly changing economies.

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