Rainfall, Conflict, and Food Insecurity Measurement in Post-Succession Sudan and South Sudan (July Months, 2013-2016)

  • SHP Sudan_Climate-Conflict_Dataset.zip
    Updated: 24 January 2019

    July precipitation anomalies from 2013–2016 for Sudan and South Sudan, which may have negatively affected agrarian populations during the lean season, are generated from NASA TRMM/TMPA 3P43 (Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission/Multi-Satellite Precipitation Analysis). These anomalies are available to analyze in relation local population estimates (WorldPop), reported conflict events and fatalities (Armed Conflict Locations and Events Data Project), food security classification (Integrated Phase Classification, Famine Early Warning Systems Network), and other sources for measuring crop access to water (Climate Hazards Group InfraRed Precipitation with Station data).

Source Drew University
Date of Dataset July 31, 2013-July 31, 2016
Updated 24 January 2019
Expected Update Frequency As needed

Summary of Remote sensing data, field reports, and other secondary data sources, including FEWSNET IPC, ACLED, NASA TRMM, CHIRPS, and WorldPop.

Caveats / Comments

Data provided as is. NASA NEO TRMM Floating Point Raster files were used.

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