ideas.repec.org (2021) This paper examines North–South linkages in the politics of contemporary food assistance and social welfare, and in particular the normalisation of poverty and humanitarian crisis caused by increased digitalisation, privatisation and individualisation of aid or welfare. Migrants and displaced populations are considered as extreme cases and we examine how these policies and practices are leading to the growth of a global precariat who are constantly on the edge of survival (or death).
Al Jazeera (09.06.2020) The government started distributing food packages to vulnerable communities.
Arab Reform Initiative (29.05.2020) The government gave all governmental employees aged 55 and above as well as pregnant and nursing women paid leave until further notice.
Finchannel (12.02.2016) The World Bank and the Government of Sudan on February 11 signed the grant agreement launching the Sudan Social Safety Net Project. By supporting reforms to improve the targeting and management of Sudan’s existing social protection/cash transfer systems, the Project intends to help cushion the negative effects of fiscal reforms on poor and vulnerable households.