Rapid Household Economy Analysis: Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Yumbe District, Uganda

Yumbe District (Bidibidi settlement) hosts about 272,2061 refugees from South Sudan. An influx of refugees to Bidibidi settlement, Yumbe District, took place starting from August 2016 due to the increased conflict, scarcity of food, and subsequent financial instability caused by hyperinflation in South Sudan. Dan Church Aid (DCA) and Save the Children conducted a rapid Household Economy Analysis (HEA) to get a better understanding of the livelihood opportunities for the refugees. The assessment aims to inform appropriate livelihood interventions targeted at refugee communities.

Published 2017-10-30

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Publication year
2017
Author(s)
Narangui, Henry
Contributor:
Bush, Jennifer
Format
pdf, 7p.
Region
East Africa
Country
Uganda
Content Type
Analysis

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Publication year
2017
Author(s)
Narangui, Henry
Contributor:
Bush, Jennifer
Format
pdf, 7p.
Region
East Africa
Country
Uganda
Content Type
Analysis