Uganda is hosting around 1.5 million refugees who have fled civil war in neighbouring countries. Most of these refugees cannot find jobs easily or afford basic necessities.

A South Sudanese refugee woman cleans a pot, while carrying a child, at the Palabek Refugee Settlement Camp in Lamwo district, Uganda on June 16, 2017.
A South Sudanese refugee woman cleans a pot, while carrying a child, at the Palabek Refugee Settlement Camp in Lamwo district, Uganda on June 16, 2017.

Uganda is hosting around 1.5 million refugees who have fled civil war in neighbouring countries. 

About 100,000 of them live in cities, where the UN refugee agency says they often miss out on organised relief and other forms of support from both the government and the donor community.

And now, they are worried about what the future holds for them as the country's unemployment rate is soaring.

TRT World’s Hillary Ayesiga has more.

Source: TRT World