PBS NewsHour

Why Uganda is so hospitable to refugees

Clip: 10/18/2016 | 7m 50s

In a world struggling with anti-immigrant sentiment, Uganda provides a rare hospitable welcome for those seeking asylum. Refugees live in settlements where they are able to run small businesses, attend mosques and children attend school. The country’s support system is possible mainly because of its unilateral political structure. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Uganda.

Aired: 10/18/16

Rating: NR

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