Reports

Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from South Sudan

This report explores how adolescent girls are impacted by the crisis in South Sudan, amplifies their voices and perceptions of the crisis, and presents their views on how the humanitarian sector might respond.

Amplifying the voices of adolescent girls in South Sudan and presenting their opinions on how the humanitarian sector should respond to the crisis.

Now half a decade long, the conflict in South Sudan has displaced four million people and placed seven million in need of humanitarian assistance. While all civilians face multiple forms of insecurity, adolescent girls are affected by this protracted crisis in ways that are different both from adolescent boys and from adult women, and in ways that are often overlooked.

Voices from South Sudan explores how adolescent girls within two age brackets (aged 10-14 and 15-19) understand the unique impact the crisis has upon them. It seeks to amplify their voices and perceptions of the crisis, and presents their views on how the humanitarian sector might respond.