III A Disaster for Whom?: Local Interests and International Donors During Famine Among the Dinka of Sudan.

Abstract

The 1985-88 famine amongst the Dinka is described and shown to have been rooted in the long term exploitation of the south by northern Sudanese and international interests. This process of exploitation served, and continues to serve, important functions for particular groups. Some of the ways in which the 1985-88 famine was functional - for the central… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7717.1991.tb00444.x

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@article{Keen1991IIIAD, title={III A Disaster for Whom?: Local Interests and International Donors During Famine Among the Dinka of Sudan.}, author={Denise L Keen}, journal={Disasters}, year={1991}, volume={15 2}, pages={150-65} }