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Moving to Catch Up : Migration of Ex-combatants in Uganda

ACCESS TO EDUCATION ADOLESCENTS AREA OF MIGRATION ARMED CONFLICT ASYLUM ASYLUM-SEEKERS BOUNDARIES CAUSES OF MIGRATION CHILD SOLDIERS CITIES CIVIL WAR COMMUNITIES OF ORIGIN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMPLICATIONS CONFLICT SETTINGS CONFLICTS COUNTERPARTS COUNTRY OF ORIGIN CRIME CULTURAL CHANGE CULTURAL PROCESSES CULTURAL SPACE DEFENCE DEMOBILIZATION DEMOBILIZED SOLDIERS DEMOGRAPHICS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS DIASPORA DISADVANTAGED GROUPS DISARMAMENT DISCRIMINATION DISSEMINATION DISTRICTS DRUG DYING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ECONOMIC REINTEGRATION EDUCATION SYSTEMS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ETHNICITY EX-COMBATANT EX-COMBATANTS EX-FIGHTERS EXCOMBATANTS EXPLOITATION FAMILIES FAMILY MEMBERS FEMALE COMBATANTS FIGHTING FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FORCED MIGRATION FREE WILL GENDER GENDER ROLES GIRLS GOVERNMENT POLICIES GUERRILLA HEALTH CARE HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE HEALTH SERVICES HIV HOUSEHOLD DUTIES HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS HUMAN RIGHTS IDENTITY IMPACT OF MIGRATION INFANT INFANT DEATHS INFECTIOUS DISEASES INFORMATION SYSTEM INHERITANCE INTERNATIONAL BANK INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LAND OWNERSHIP LAND TENURE LARGE POPULATION LARGE POPULATIONS LEGAL STATUS LIFE SKILLS LIFESTYLES LIVING ARRANGEMENTS LIVING CONDITIONS LOCAL COMMUNITIES MALARIA MARITAL STATUS MIGRANT MIGRANTS MIGRATION MIGRATION DATA MILITIA NATIONS NATURAL RESOURCES NEUTRALITY NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS NUMBER OF MIGRANTS NUTRITION PARENTS PEACE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT POLICY MAKERS POLITICAL REINTEGRATION POLITICAL VIOLENCE POST-CONFLICT SETTINGS POWER PULL FACTORS PUSH FACTOR PUSH FACTORS RAPE RAPE VICTIMS REBEL REBELS RECONCILIATION RECONSTRUCTION REFERRAL SYSTEM REFUGEE REFUGEE CAMPS REFUGEE WOMEN REFUGEES REINTEGRATION OF REFUGEES REMITTANCES REPATRIATION REPORTER RESOURCE NEEDS RESPECT RETURNEE RETURNEES REVOLUTION RISK FACTORS ROAD RURAL AREAS RURAL ORIGIN SANITATION SCARCE RESOURCES SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL DIPLOMA SECURITY THREAT SEGREGATION SERVICE PROVIDERS SEX SEX DISTRIBUTION SEXUAL HARASSMENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE SOCIAL BURDENS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL NETWORKS SOCIAL OPPORTUNITIES SOCIAL REINTEGRATION SOCIAL SUPPORT SOCIALIZATION SOCIETIES SOCIETY SOLDIER SOLDIERS SPOUSE SPOUSES STREET CHILDREN SUBSTANCE ABUSE TOWNS TRANSPORTATION TRAUMA TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER UNEMPLOYMENT URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTERS URBAN COMMUNITIES URBAN MIGRATION URBAN POPULATION URBANIZATION VICTIMS VILLAGES VOLUNTEER VULNERABILITY WAR WOMAN YOUNG AGE YOUNG PEOPLE YOUNG WOMEN
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Uganda
2017-05-31T19:55:37Z | 2017-05-31T19:55:37Z | 2011-11

The purpose of this study was to provide a better understanding for policy makers and service providers of mobility and migration among ex-combatants and the effectiveness of Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) programming in Uganda. The study followed a scoping study on migration in Uganda conducted in March 2011 by the Transitional Demobilization and Reintegration Program (TDRP) of the World Bank. This study had the following specific objectives: 1) to analyze push/pull migration factors of ex-combatants in Uganda, with a specific focus on social as well as economic factors both within communities of origin and at new communities of re-settlement; 2) to explore any impact of DDR programming on migration of ex-combatants in Uganda; 3) to increase the understanding of the impact of migration by ex-combatants on the effectiveness of past and current DDR programming, specifically on reintegration efforts; and 4) to generate recommendations on how to improve DDR programming, taking into account findings from other related studies.

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