Transhumance, including cross-border migration from Sudan through the Greater Upper Nile in particular, exacerbates the spread of veterinary diseases and fuels environmental degradation and competition over scarce resources.
Women and girls continue to bear the brunt of the effects of climate change; female-headed households are especially vulnerable.
Climate-related livestock losses compounded by pre-existing rivalries increase the risk of cattle raiding, which can trigger retaliation, communal conflict, displacement, deepening intercommunal rivalry and the formation of armed groups.
- Published year: 2022
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- Publisher: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
- Page count: 4
- Language: English
- Journal: CPSR