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Compassion and empathy ... children from South Sudan play at the Bidi Bidi settlement, Uganda Image: Juozas Cernius/Save the Children

Caroline Kende-Robb

Senior Adviser, African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET)


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A view from a helicopter shows Imvepi settlement camp, where South Sudanese who fled civil war are being settled, in northern Uganda June 22, 2017. REUTERS/James Akena - RTS188CI
A view from a helicopter shows Imvepi settlement camp Image: Reuters/James Akena
 David with his exercise book, which he brought from South Sudan
David with his exercise book Image: Juozas Cernius/Save the Children

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