Part one of the report conducts an analytic mapping of intersectional risks for South Sudan based on existing data and assessments related to natural hazards and conflict and fragility. Part two of the report explores in greater depth and based on field-based qualitative research the specific interrelationship between natural disasters, conflict and displacement. The study provides valuable insights and lessons learned for future research on the intersectionality of disaster- and conflict-related risks. South Sudan, as many other conflict-affected countries, faces the challenge of a scarce and fragmented data environment. Taking stock of and mapping existing data proved to be a useful approach to identify data gaps and entry points for more detailed, quantitative and qualitative analyses. The study, however, also showed that a more comprehensive conceptual framework of the wider DRM-FCV nexus is needed for analyzing the intersectionality of crisis risks. Such a framework can be particularly useful to more clearly delineate the focus of analysis and derive a methodology which can be applied in different contexts.