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  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204176.jpg
    Refugees arrive in Uganda in small groups so they can not be spotted by armed groups. When they are numerous, they are attacked by rebel groups.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204177.jpg
    Refugees from South Sudan cross the Kaya River with what they could carry with them.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204178.jpg
    Uganda offers all conflict-affected refugees a piece of land, an identity card, the right to trade and travel across the country.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204179.jpg
    Before being able to go to the first reception camp, the Ugandan army meticulously searched the luggage of each refugee.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204180.jpg
    Once the border crossed, refugees embark to the first reception camp
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204181.jpg
    Arrival at the reception camp. In March 2017, during the peak, more than a thousand people arrived from South Sudan and the DRC daily.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204182.jpg
    When they arrive, refugees begin to receive some cookies. Some refugees, particularly from South Sudan, sometimes walked for several days, mainly feeding on grass roots.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204183.jpg
    Refugees must show the location of their birth vaccine. Depending on where the body was made, it is determined from which country the refugee comes from.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204184.jpg
    After the reception camp, refugees will be taken to a second camp for further care
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204185.jpg
    Beginning of the rainy season, supplies from different camps are becoming more complicated on the roads
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204186.jpg
    Koboko camp, the refugees will receive in this second camp all the care and the most advanced exams: blood test to determine the presence or absence of AIDS, hepatitis ...
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204187.jpg
    Refugee from South Sudan with all of his belongings.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204188.jpg
    Treatment room in the refugees camp of koboko.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204189.jpg
    Some people arrive in a state of acute malnutrition. The reception camp will determine the state of health of each but also start to recount lost children and missing families.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204190.jpg
    South Sudanese refugee arriving in the koboko's camp with broken arm.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204191.jpg
    Some children arrive in acute malnutrition. This child is 7 months old.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204192.jpg
    New trip to this time the imvepi camp where he will be given the final assignment of the plot of land and the refugee identity card.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204193.jpg
    The Ugandan authorities, with the help of the NGOs, establish the identity cards of the refugees.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204194.jpg
    Take fingerprints to establish the identity card.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204195.jpg
    The elements gathered will allow the cross-checking of the information and thus ensure that families who had lost sight of each other during the flight from their village can meet again.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204196.jpg
    The impression is accompanied by a photo taken with the camera of the laptop.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204197.jpg
    Following the fingerprinting process, the authorities are defining a duty station in the future camp, which will eventually host refugees from conflict.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204198.jpg
    4 million liters of water a day are needed to feed the various refugee camps. Daily tankers make the trip to the nile to draw water.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204199.jpg
    the imvepi camp where the refugees will spend the most time can hold 10,000 people to feed daily.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204200.jpg
    1650 kg of food are prepared twice a day to feed all the refugees of the imvepi camp.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204201.jpg
    The meals are all composed of the same ingredients each day: semolina enriched with vitamins and beans.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204202.jpg
    Distribution of the identity card and the place of assignment.
     
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204203.jpg
    Last trip to the camp of bidi bidi.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204204.jpg
    Bidi Bidi: a refugee camp spread over 50km2 and divided into 5 zones (year 2017). Refugees arrive on a wasteland, they must organize to build everything.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204205.jpg
    Refugees try a new democracy in this new space, in addition to their homes, they built a place of worship.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204206.jpg
    Arrived with 3 baches, a jerrican and 2 blankets, the refugees will rebuild a hard housing.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204207.jpg
    The mixture of earth and water will allow the manufacture of bricks.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204208.jpg
    The mud is poured into molds.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204209.jpg
    Stored in the sun, dry bricks.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204210.jpg
    Construction of a mud brick house.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204211.jpg
    It is the turn of the toilets to be dug.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204212.jpg
    Faced with the influx of refugees, the NGOs had to divide the minimum vital rations by 2 in order to provide for all.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204213.jpg
    Even if refugees now have a piece of land, NGOs like the world food program will distribute the necessary rations until the seeds can be harvested.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204214.jpg
    A human needs 12kg of minimum monthly food to survive.
  • exile's way
    Uganda
    Gael Cloarec
    LePictorium_0204215.jpg
    The NGOs will today distribute 4kg of food instead of 6 promised and instead of 12 needed.
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