South Sudan Knowledge Network



The South Sudan Knowledge Network is an information platform where research on South Sudan is collected and housed. It is a one stop shop for research conducted on South Sudan that is available for public access. It does not include private journals or private research databases.

Researchers, institutions, non-governmental organizations, government departments and others are encouraged to submit completed research to the South Sudan Knowledge Network should they wish to share research papers publicly and at no cost. Similarly, they are encouraged to use the database for their own research initiatives.

The platform allows all types of academic research, studies and assessments conducted by universities, independent researchers, organizations and institutions to be placed on the platform, however papers must have a South Sudan or regional relevance.

The aim of the platform is to develop a virtual library of resources on South Sudan that grows over time owing to contributions by users.

The database will be downloaded periodically and submitted to the University of Juba main library. This enables students and academics to access the database offline, through the library borrowing system and provides access to research papers without needing to pay costly fees to undertake hours of research on the internet

Published Author(s) Title Topics
2014 Daniel Maxwell, Martina Santschi and Rachel Gordon Looking back to look ahead? Reviewing key lessons from Operation Lifeline Sudan and past humanitarian operations in South Sudan Humanitarian Response
2014 United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS) Conflict in South Sudan: A Human Rights Report
2014 Abraham A. Awolich What is South Sudan’s Wisdom Courting Russia?
2014 Nhial Tiitmamer and Abraham Awolich South Sudan’s Crisis: A UN Trusteeship or Joint Administration is Outlandish
2014 Jok Madut Jok Abraham A. Awolich Nhial Tiitmamer The Release of South Sudan’s Political Detainees and the Prospects for Peace
2014 fidh South Sudan: First anniversary of Independence Time to Act for Peace and Human Rights Protection
2014 Dr Edward Eremugo luka HIV/AIDS Special Issue Health
2014 Abraham A. Awolich The Question of Ugandan Troops in South Sudan
2014 Marcel Rutten, Ton Dietz, Germa Seuren, Fenneken Veldkamp Water dynamics in the seven African countries of Dutch policy focus: Benin, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Sudan
2013 DCR Fragility by choice?
2013 Friederike Bubenzer and Elizabeth Lacey Opportunities for Gender Justice and Reconciliation in South Sudan
2013 Hafeez Wani The g7+ and the new deal: an opportunity for south sudanese civil society enhancement
2013 Abubakaro.Sulaiman & Agoha,Ifeanyi Chuckwu South Sudan Negotiated Independence: A Critique of African Union’s Role
2013 United States Department of State South Sudan 2013 Human Rights Report
2013 Dr Edward Eremugo Luka Doctors on Move: Providing health care for rural communities in South Sudan Health
2013 Jay Marlowe, Anne Harris and Tanya Lyons South Sudanese Diaspora in Australia and New Zealand: Reconciling the Past with the Present
2013 Paul O’Hagan Impact Evaluation Report of the South Sudan Education Cluster
2013 Greg Larson The road from the Paris Declaration to the reality of Juba, 2005-11
2013 Nobel Womens Initiative Survivors Speak Out: Sexual Violence in Sudan