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Suluhu Research

“Suluhu Research” is a dynamic, international team of researchers and analysts specialising on governance and security. Its combined in-country track record involves Burundi, the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan,Tanzania and Uganda. Combining dedicated professionals from different continents, Suluhu Research offers a vibrant expertise, with a particular accent on the following sectors:

  • Conflict analysis and mapping
  • Humanitarian action and relief
  • Stabilisation and state-building
  • Peacebuilding & Peacekeeping
  • Natural resources management
  • Political participation and democratic process
  • Governance and policy development
  • Political economy and ecology
  • Regional expertise on Central and East Africa

Consulting, research, and analysis services in these areas can be requested via email.

 

Suluhu-Cercle de Concertation

“Suluhu-Cercle de Concertation” is a nascent collective of Congolese and Congo-based consultants, specialising on questions of human security and political economy in the Great Lakes region. A crowd-sourced team, the Cercle de Concertation brings together unparalleled and unique experience, its members being based in and drawing from long-term experience on the entire eastern Congo region as well as its surroundings. The Cercle de Concertation currently specializes on the following issues:

  • Dynamics of (in-)security
  • Conflict analysis and mapping
  • Risk assessment
  • Cross-border economics and politics
  • Peacebuilding & Peacekeeping
  • Natural resources management
  • Local governance and development
  • Political economy analysis
  • Regional expertise on Eastern Congo

Consulting, research, and analysis services in these areas can be requested via email.

 

References / former clients:

International Peace Information Service (IPIS)

Search for Common Ground (SFCG)

International NGO Safety Organisation (INSO)

European Union Humanitarian Aid (ECHO)

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