Thin line between Uganda’s open-door policy to refugees and resources

These South Sudanese women and girls came to have their sorghum plus maize grain milled into flour. This is in Bidibidi settlement of South Sudanese. Picture by Ochan Hannington | 23 Feb 2019

As hate and disinformation about migrants spread across USA and Europe, throwing local populations into panic, Uganda is receiving them with open arms. The poor country has received more refugees than any other in Africa. But some countrymen and women think politicians, in refugee-hosting districts, are taking country’s “open-door” policy to refugees for granted – politicizing migration issues. Debo Ronald reports, from Moyo district.