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The Displaced: The African country that welcomes refugees

In 2018 – more than 35,000 people were forced to flee their homes every day – that’s one every two seconds.

This story is part of a BBC News series, called “The Displaced” – a selection of stories exploring the human impact of this movement, and how it is changing our world.

Check back next week, Monday 30th September, for our next episode in Vietnam #TheDisplaced

If you have been affected by these issues in Uganda or anywhere else in the world and would like to speak to the BBC, email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk email

Video by Rachael Thorn and Olivia Lace-Evans

The Displaced: The African country that welcomes refugees

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