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Angering Akuju: Survival and Suffering in Karamoja

Angering Akuju: Survival and Suffering in Karamoja

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Karamoja is the poorest and least developed region of Uganda. The population experiences chronic food insecurity, little access to basic services, the weakening of traditional livelihood systems, ongoing insecurity, human rights violations and a near complete lack of law and order institutions. Armed raiding of livestock and associated loss of life and destruction of property are common and pervasive. Economic investment and development is minimal due to the threat of road ambushes and lack of transport and communication infrastructure. Attention to the region, however, on the part of national and international agencies, donors, and Ugandan legislators is growing. This field-based report provides an in-depth analysis of key aspects affecting livelihood strategies and human security in the region, as well as broad recommendations for local, national and international actors seeking to expand their knowledge, policies or programming in the Karamoja region.

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Karamoja is the poorest and least developed region of Uganda. The population experiences chronic food insecurity, little access to basic services, the weakening of traditional livelihood systems, ongoing insecurity, human rights violations and a near complete lack of law and order institutions. Armed raiding of livestock and associated loss of life and destruction of property are common and pervasive. Economic investment and development is minimal due to the threat of road ambushes and lack of transport and communication infrastructure. Attention to the region, however, on the part of national and international agencies, donors, and Ugandan legislators is growing. This field-based report provides an in-depth analysis of key aspects affecting livelihood strategies and human security in the region, as well as broad recommendations for local, national and international actors seeking to expand their knowledge, policies or programming in the Karamoja region.

Download at https://wikis.uit.tufts.edu/confluence/display/FIC/Angering+Akuju

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Published by: Feinstein International Center on Feb 20, 2008
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09/06/2012

 
Strengthening the humanity and dignity of people in crisis through knowledge and practice
Angering Akujů: Survival andSuffering in Karamoja
A Report on Livelihoods and Human Security in the KaramojaRegion of Uganda
Elizabeth Stites, Darlington Akabwai, Dyan Mazurana andPriscillar Ateyo
DECEMBER 2007
 
Strengthening the humanity and dignity of people in crisis through knowledge and practice
SEptEMBER 2006
The Feinstein International Center develops andpromotes operational and policy responses toprotect and strengthen the lives and livelihoods ofpeople living in crisis-affected and -marginalizedcommunities. FIC works globally in partnershipwith national and international organizations tobring about institutional changes that enhance ef-fective policy reform and promote best practice.
This report is also available at c.tufts.edu.
 
Angering Akujů: Survival andSuffering in Karamoja
A Report on Livelihoods and Human Security in the KaramojaRegion of Uganda
Elizabeth Stites, Darlington Akabwai, Dyan Mazurana andPriscillar Ateyo

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