The Office of the Prime Minister on behalf of the central Government coordinates through its Department of Refugees, that networks with other ministries to coordinate the state and non-state activities and services relating to refugees and refugee hosting areas in Uganda
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is a United Nations programme with the mandate to protect refugees, forcibly displaced communities and stateless people, and assist in their voluntary repatriation, local integration or resettlement to a third country
It raises resources to support Government to manage refugees in realising durable solutions, in addition it monitors and coordinates those services that they deliver through specific NGOs, ensuring adherence to international standards on refugees’ matters.
The District Local Governments provide support supervision on behalf of Government, support other stakeholders to integrate refugee plans into the District development plans, design and implement programs for both host communities and refugees, provide technical support to refugee service providers and assist in securing land for settling refugees.
They are the Ugandan nationals living as immediate neighbours to the refugees and this also includes Local Government leadership structures. The host community promote local integration of refugees and peaceful existence, as well as contributing resources for settling refugees.
These are foreigners that have been granted refugee status in Uganda. Refugees are the people of concern and are the basis for the entire response. They are settled within gazetted settlements, though some voluntarily and on their own stay in other places such as urban areas. Refugees are not restricted as to where to stay.
They are UN specialized agencies with a number of them supporting Government and UNHCR to respond to refugee matters, some of these include UNFPA, UN Women WFP, UNICEF, IOM, FAO and UNDP.
These are international organisations and private partners who express interest in supporting government to address both humanitarian and developmental needs of refugees and host communities in Uganda. .
These may be International, National or Community Based Organisations involved in service delivery to refugees, host communities or other related persons of concern.