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In pictures: Life for Uganda's war displaced
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The current relative security means that people can leave the camp during daylight to clear small patches of land and grow vegetables to supplement the beans and maize they are given by the UN's World Food Programme.

Making charcoal and selling it provides an income to purchase clothes and soap.

The road that splits the camp in two is called the 'Mineral Road' because drivers going to Sudan pay 7,500 Ugandan shillings (about $4) for a bag of charcoal, nearly twice the usual rate.

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