Refugee rights organization urges Malawi government to reconsider relocation decision

Refugee advocacy group Inuo Advocacy has joined demands for the government to rethink its plan to send refugees back to the Dzaleka refugee camp.

Innocent Magambi, the CEO of Inuo Advocacy, and other human rights advocates issued a warning that transferring the refugees will result in the breakdown of vital camp services including health and education.

Michael Kayiyatsa, the executive director of the Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation, has subsequently urged the government to think about abandoning the encampment policy and stop housing refugees in camps in Malawi.

While the director of civil and political rights for the MHRC claims that moving individuals to an area with insufficient resources is a violation of their rights.

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