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We need to know the economic impacts of Sudan’s ongoing conflict

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Fig. 1: Effects of Sudan’s ongoing armed conflict.


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The work was supported by the Sudan Strategy Support Program (SSSP), which is managed by IFPRI and is financially supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The funder had no role in the decision to publish or the preparation of this manuscript.

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Siddig, K., Basheer, M. We need to know the economic impacts of Sudan’s ongoing conflict. Nat Hum Behav 8, 1003–1004 (2024).

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