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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

REPORT by UNICEF, Economic Policy Research Center (EPRC) and University of Cardiff.

June 2018

​The report on “Child Poverty and Deprivation in Refugee-Hosting Areas. Evidence from Uganda" uses the consensual approach with refugee and host communities in Uganda in order to examine the extent of multidimensional poverty and material deprivation in this country.

The publication reveals that, among the others, refugee children are more deprived of necessities, deprivation among refugees reduces over time, access to services tends to be similar for both host and refugee communities and that there is an urgent need to facilitate integration.

The “Child Poverty and Deprivation in Refugee-Hosting Areas. Evidence from Uganda" was launched in June 2018. You can download it at: https://uni.cf/2sDY4Ta

08.06.2018
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