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The Nakivale refugee camp breeds bustling exchange among ethnic groups

— Refuge Routes

06. Trade Dispatches
Boda-bodas—motorbike taxis—buzz through the streets, seats fully loaded with layers of second-hand cloth. Minibuses offload crates of soft drinks and beer at retail shops. Street vendors hawk soap, matchboxes, and prepaid phone credits in congested markets, while others queue at money transfer booths. Commerce thrives in the business district of Nakivale, Uganda’s largest refugee settlement.

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