Here you will find details of SOS Sahel UK's reports from its programmes in Sudan, South Sudan and Ethiopia and past research from Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Nigeria, Chad, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somaliland and Kenya.
Stregthening Sustainable Forest Management Project, Ethiopia: Case Study 1
Read about Getenesh, a beekeeper and member of a honey enterprise group in Taragedam Forest, Ethiopia.
Market Monitoring and Trade Analysis, Phase 2, Sudan: Case Study 1
Read about Tahani, a handicrafts trainee from Darfur who went on to set up her own business.
Terekeka Peace Conference Report, SOS Sahel South Sudan, May 2014
Report from the peace conference conducted in Terekeka, South Sudan. Organised by SOS Sahel South Sudan in partnership with Terekeka County Authority, 29th - 30th May 2014.
Sustainable Environmental Rehabilitation Project, Ethiopia: Case Study 4
Read about Abate Artero, a water drilling trainee from lemo, Southern Ethiopia
Sustainable Environmental Rehabilitation Project, Ethiopia: Case Study 3
Read about a group of youths that are propogating desho grass in Angacha, Southern Ethiopia.
Sustainable Environmental Rehabilitation Project, Ethiopia: Case Study 2
Read about Leyla, a farmer and chicken breeder in Mizrak-Azernet, Southern Ethiopia.
Sustainable Environmental Rehabilitation Project, Ethiopia: Case Study 1
Read about Bekele, a nursery manager from Angach, Southern Ethiopia.
Assessment of Resource-Based Conflict Flashpoints along the Babanusa-Muglad-Abyei livestock corridor, South Kordofan, Sudan. (January 2010) (20 pp)
[SOS Sahel International UK]
This report presents the findings of an assessment of the Babanusa-Muglad-Abyei livestock corridor, focusing on conflict flashpoints and trends in the Misseriyya pastoralist livelihood system. It was commissioned by SOS Sahel UK as part of the foundation of its programme expansion into Babanusa and Abyei localities in the vulnerable state of South Kordofan.
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Livestock & Livestock Systems in the Bale Mountains Eco-region in Ethiopia: a report for the Bale Eco-region Sustainable Management Project. (June 2008) (210 pp)
[Fiona Flintan, Worku Chibsa, Dida Wako and Andrew Ridgewell, SOS Sahel Ethiopia and FARM Africa].
The Bale Eco-Region Sustainable Management Project (BERSMP) commissioned this research to develop a clear understanding of where livestock movements occur and the degree to which local communities still relied on livestock and livestock systems as a part of their livelihoods and how.
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Shared Management of Common Property Resources in the Sahel (1999 - 2002) (24 pp)
A regional action-research programme jointly implemented by SOS Sahel UK and IIED
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