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Story Publication logo December 17, 2009

Government Responsibility

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For about 18 months, more than a half of million people from the Ugandan area have been displaced...


Jordan Wilson, Pulitzer Student Fellow

Michael Bore is a government district officer for the city of Nakuru in Kenya. Given its central location, Nakuru was faced with the difficult task of looking after internally displaced persons from multiple tribes, whereas other cities only housed one tribe.

Here, Bore talks about the responsibility of the government to try and restore peace to a war-torn nation.

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