ACTED Uganda has published an assessment report on the factors that affect pastoralists livelihoods and migratory patterns in the Karamoja, Northwest region of Uganda. The report was published with support from Dan Church Aid, a Danish NGO which provided technical support and financing for the project. The study aims to provide an overview of the changing migratory habits of the karimojong pastoralist communities, and to understand the underlying factors affecting migratory decision making processes. The report will provide development partners with vital information about the migratory dynamics within the region, thereby supporting effective programming in this nomadic region of Uganda.
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