Local leaders concern over renewed influx of S. Sudanese refugees and migrants

Elegu Town, the South Sudan Ugandan border with ungazetted entry points commonly used by the South Sudanese refugees to escape home and to the camp. Picture by Sebit Patrick, 28th April 2018

By: Marko Taibot, Radio Pacis

Refugee agencies and other humanitarian organizations are struggling with the great number of South Sudanese refugees in the various settlements in Uganda. The refugees wake up to untimely cuts in their food aid due to what the agencies refer to as lack of funds to provide food. More so, new entrance has since been halted but as such, the catastrophic flooding in some parts the young nation continues to send scores into exile.

Citizens from the host community too complain that the great number of the asylum seekers and migrants seeking social amenities in urban areas especially Adjumani affects on service delivery for the civil population.

Marko Taibot is in Adjumani and has more to tell us in this story. Listen here.