From The Frying Pan to the Fire: Psychosocial Challenges Faced By Vulnerable Refugee Women and Girls in Kampala

Kampala, the capital of Uganda has been a habitat for refugees from the great lakes region for several decades. While all refugees suffer the effects of forced migration, female refugees continue to experience exceptional suffering.

In 2013, Refugee Law Project through the Mental Health and Psychosocial Wellbeing Program carried out a study on the psychosocial challenges faced by female refugees in Kampala among 153 women and girls.

Please find the links to both the detailed findings report and the video documentary accompanying this report: Download the Report                     Watch the video documentary

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