South Sudanese students: why do we pay more?

A primary school for South Sudanese refugee children, in Rhino camp. Picture by Ochan Hannington | 12 Aug 2017

The number of South Sudanese students in Uganda’s schools is likely to plummet, if schools continue to to charge them extra fees. The argue they are overcharged compared to their local counterparts. Amid, South Sudan’s deteriorating economic situation, some (of them) has lost hope. It is imperative to know that in some instances, their number is equal to their Ugandan counterparts, especially in the northern districts of Uganda.

Samuel and Draga Elinoma filed this report: