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Socio - Economic Impacts of Foreign Organizations and Hybrid Troops Presence on the Darfur Community

Socio - Economic Impacts of Foreign Organizations and Hybrid Troops Presence on the Darfur Community

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Title: Socio - Economic Impacts of Foreign Organizations and Hybrid Troops Presence on the Darfur Community
Author: Ahmed Mohammedain, Sabeel
Abstract: This study was conducted in the Darfur states with the objectives of assessing the socio - economic impacts of foreign organizations and hybrid troops on the Darfur community. The main objective of this study was to examine whether this huge number of foreigners and huge financial means have an impacts on the Darfur community socially and economically. The main question of this study is the extent to the following : Are they any socio - economic impacts of the huge foreign presence on the local community level in Darfur ? if yes, what are these impacts ? are they positive or negative ? In order to meet the study objectives, multi - stage strafied random sampling procedure was used to select the sample of (1192) from the population of (827656) household and primary data was collected through Field Survey carried out in the study area. Also descriptive statistics and cross tabulation were used to achieve the study objectives. The main finding of this study are that :- 1- 29% of the sample thinks there are some changes in the social behaviors in particularly, the youth and children they imitate foreigners in their dress and behavior. 2- There are 66% of the native who have benefited from the foreign presence making a lot of money due to cash flow and raising the rental property prices. 3- There are only a few minority of the native around 3% satisfied intermarriage with foreigner’s presence in the region.
Description: Socio - Economic Impacts of Foreign Organizations and Hybrid Troops Presence on the Darfur Community
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/13695
Date: 2015-06-17


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