Horn of africa Bulletin

Uganda–Congo Bunagana Border Point a Transient Refugee Trend

Clare Nakazibwe and Acidri Malunga Emmanuel's article analyses the emergence of transient refugees trend at the border between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in Bunagana. It delves into the implications of this trend on Uganda's refugee policies. The article highlights the evolving dynamics of refugee movements and underscores the necessity for tailored approaches to address these new challenges.

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Clare Nakazibwe & Acidri Malunga Emmanuel

Clare Nakazibwe is a lecturer and researcher at Uganda Technology and Management University. Her areas of interest are governance, public policy, migration and refugees, poverty, and inequality. Acidri Malunga Emmanuel is an assistant lecturer at Uganda Martyrs University. His areas of interest are human rights, gender and equality, migration and refugees, and public policy. Their article calls for a shift in refugee policies to better address the needs of transient refugees, involving local leaders, and improving security measures.