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Driven by the war stigmatised vulnerabilities both during and after the over 20 years of the armed conflict in Northern Uganda, the author decided to examine the apartheid of gender, regarding the reintegration of female ex-abductees of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).
The horrific experiences these females encountered during the war, extremely traumatised them.
The specific challenges they face in the post-conflict setting re-traumatise them.
After a well researched study, Ainebyona addresses most of the current reintegration policy gaps.
He is mainly against the “one-size-fits-all” reintegration policy.
His Master Thesis has attracted numerous researchers, professors, students in most fields, Non-governmental organisations which are trying to address such problems and publishers.
Graduated at Makerere University in 2007, worked as a Tutorial Fellow at the same university from 2007 to 2009 and gained a Master of Philosophy in Peace and Conflict Transformation at the University of Tromsø in 2011.
In Tromsø, I worked as an informant on the Subject: Fieldwork and Linguistic Description to Masters' & PhD candidates.
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