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South Sudan : impact of a continued internal conflict on food security and poverty – poverty note (English)


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    Pape,Utz Johann

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    South Sudan,

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    South Sudan : impact of a continued internal conflict on food security and poverty – poverty note

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Pape,Utz Johann

South Sudan : impact of a continued internal conflict on food security and poverty – poverty note (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.