Even though South Sudanese refugees and their Ugandan hosts are largely living in harmony, conflicts between the two populations do occur sometimes.
A study conducted by a research fellow indicates struggles for diminishing communal resources is the foundation of many conflicts, in refugee-hosting districts. This has prompted some organizations, in the area, to initiate vigorous fight against ‘dividers’ in order to create ‘connectors’ so as to encourage co-existence between the two communities. Radio stations are spearheading the fight. The stations are our own, CBN, partners. Atizoyo Judith compiled the report for us, entirely using a mobile phone. Take a listen.