Building on previous ReDSS studies and recommendations, in order to examine the issue of early solutions planning, the study focuses specifically on refugees who have sought asylum in Kenya and Uganda since the outbreak of conflict in South Sudan in December 2013. Between them, Uganda and Kenya are hosting just under half of the 943,803 South Sudanese refugees registered by UNHCR since December 2013.
The executive summary of the report gives a brief overview of the good practices to scale up, bottlenecks that need to be addressed and the practical measures required. It ends by giving an overview of the 7 recommendations proposed in the study.
By reviewing existing initiatives, frameworks and commitments in the search of durable solutions in the region, this study conducted by Samuel Hall looks at good practices, challenges and opportunities. The objective is to have a better understanding of the current landscape in order to improve coordination and to inform a learning and capacity development agenda across stakeholders.
Analyzing the potential opportunities opened by the devolution process in Kenya for transitional solutions for refugees which can contribute to building their self-reliance and to local economies. This report examines the case studies of Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps.
A stocktaking exercise of the New Deal Process in Somalia on opportunities for promotion of durable solutions, and potential challenges and recommendations for an effective mainstreaming of migration and displacement issues in the Somali Compact.