Understanding Land Dynamics and Livelihoods in Refugee Hosting Districts of Northern Uganda

19 Sep 2018

This brief provides insights into land as the main productive asset for building self-reliance of refugees and host communities in Northern Uganda. It provides evidence on the access to and utilisation of land considering the growing number of refugees, also considering how the interplay of the local social, political and economic context influences decisions on land. It also highlights the impact of land decisions on household livelihoods and the environment and proposes options for optimising Uganda’s progressive refugee policy.

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