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Labour Externalisation in Uganda: Implications for the Agro-Industrialisation Agenda
The paper provides evidence to inform the envisaged review of the 2015 guidelines on the recruitment and placement of Ugandan migrant workers abroad. The major sources of data used include secondary data sources to profile the demographic characteristics of external workers, their kinds of jobs, and the industries and regions in which they are employed.
In addition, primary data through key informant interviews (KIIs) sought to generate potential avenues through which migrant workers can drive Uganda’s AGI agenda upon completion of their contractual period.
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