Over 1 million South Sudanese refugees are in Uganda. Now what?

A home of a South Sudanese refugee, in Rhino camp. Picture by Ochan Hannington | 12 Aug 2017

The number of refugees in Uganda keep increasing every month. In the recent years, most of them poured in (Uganda) from South Sudan, ­ a country that has been overwhelmed by violent conflict for years. The most recent one erupted in 2013 – forcing millions of people out of their homes. Some of them find there way into Uganda, for refuge. However, their coming has caused mixed feelings amongst the locals. More in the report: