When refugees go home: African experiences
It is well known that there are millions of refugees in Africa. It is less well known that there are milions of refugees who have returned home. This book puts these 'returnees' on the map, documenting some of what happens to people when they go back to their countries of origin and start to pick up the pieces of their lives. Published in association with UNRISD; North America: Africa World Press
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administration Africa agricultural Anyanya assistance asylum Benga border Botswana cent co-ordination Committee conflict country of origin displaced persons district donors Dukwe durable solution economic emergency employment exile families flight forces Frelimo funds Ghana Ghanaian guerrilla Harare home areas implementation independence infrastructure internally displaced internally displaced persons interviewed Jehovah's Witnesses labour land large numbers liberation Luwero Triangle major Malawi Malawian Maputo Matabeleland ment migration Milange Milange town Mozambican Mozambique Mulanje Muloza Namibia NGOs official repatriation organized peasant political problems protection Quelimane reception centres refugee camps refugee populations refugees return region rehabilitation reintegration relief Renamo resettlement response return movements returning refugees Rhodesian role rural SCF-UK sector self-repatriated settlement situation social Southern Sudan strategies Sudanese Tete tion transport Uganda UNDP UNHCR United Nations villages voluntary repatriation Zaire Zambezia Zambezia Province Zambia ZANU ZAPU Zimbabwe Zimbabwean