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Contributed by

Valerie Brown

Subject

DRR, Landscapes, Resilience, Social Protection, Planning, Climate Information, Water, Ecosystem services, Integrated water resource management

Country

Horn of Africa, South Sudan

Date

16 March 18

Credit

Cordaid

Document type

Case study, Factsheet, Article

Caption

LOCATION Loudo villages, Bur Payam, Torit County
IMPLEMENTER Solidarity Association and Rehabilitation and
Recovery Affairs (SARRA)
CASE WRITER Lodovico Oryem Albert

Document extract

Many communities depend on agriculture for their livelihoods.
A shortage of water for production can lead to conflicts, as is
the case for four villages in Loudo Boma where especially the
communities from Bari and Omorwo have had conflicts over
sharing water resources. Solidarity Association and
Rehabilitation and Recovery Affairs (SARRA) brought these
communities together and drilled boreholes to increase the
access to water.

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