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Child Poverty and Deprivation in Refugee-Hosting Areas: Evidence from Uganda

Child Poverty and Deprivation in Refugee-Hosting Areas: Evidence from Uganda

This study assessed child poverty, deprivation and social service delivery in refugee and host communities in selected districts in the country’s three major refugee-hosting areas: West Nile, a subregion of Northern region that borders South Sudan; the country’s South West, which borders the DRC and Rwanda; and the capital, Kampala.

This study assessed child poverty, deprivation and social service delivery in refugee and host communities in selected districts in the country’s three major refugee-hosting areas: West Nile, a subregion of Northern region that borders South Sudan; the country’s South West, which borders the DRC and Rwanda; and the capital, Kampala.

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Created Date: 06-13-2018
Last Updated Date: 06-13-2018