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Forced displacement has remained as one of the major plagues affecting the African continent carrying with it a host of undesirable side effects.
The challenge has become difficult to separate the causes of displacement from the effects of displacement as these reinforce each other.
Resultantly, Africa is in the midst of a protracted refugee crisis and at the same time the continent is running out of solutions.
Contrary to popular belief that Refugees are moving from low income countries to high income countries, most authorities reveal that low income countries are both major hosts and exporters of refugees, thus creating an endless crisis whose solution evades many.
The refugee crisis in Africa is quite complex, this is because populations in Africa are displaced due to a veracity of reasons some of which are beyond the conscience of international refugee/humanitarian law.
In addition to wide spread conflict, populations in Africa are also displaced due to reasons such as harsh climatic conditions, untenability of land, economic hardships and seasonal pastoral trends.
This makes the application of a single empirical theory to the refugee crisis in Africa evasive.
Takudzwa Bakasa is a Social Worker based in Southern Africa, his work is focused on the realisation of Sustainable Development Goals 4 and 16 which entail the realisation of Quality Education and Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions respectively.
In 2016, he initiated the Reflect Africa initiative aiming to promote positive outcomes among youth.
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