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Resettlement of the Mushunguli, Somali refugees of southeast African origins

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Identifier: 
303821530
Identifier Shelfmark: 
LSO/LK-46 LEH
Sourced from: 
Refugee Studies Centre
Author/Creator: 
Lehman, Daniel J.
Publisher: 
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Publisher Type: 
International Organization
Publisher Url: 
http://www.unhcr.ch/
Description: 
This paper discusses the history of the Mushunguli people, Somali citizens in Kenyan refugee camps who refuse to resettle in Somalia and are looking to resettle in Tanzania, Malawi or Mozambique to regain ancestral roots. It offers a brief overview of the six tribes which make up the 'traditional' Mushungulis: Zigua, Zalamo, Magindo (or Ngindo), Yao, Makua, and Manyasa.
Language: 
English
Subject: 
Somalis
Subject: 
Resettlement
Subject: 
Repatriation
Subject: 
Voluntary repatriation programmes
Subject: 
Nationality
Subject: 
Tribal peoples
Subject: 
History
Subject: 
Forced labour
Coverage Geography: 
Tanzania, United Rep. of
Coverage Geography: 
Kenya
Coverage Geography: 
Somalia
Date Created: 
01/01/1993
Date Reliable: 
Yes
Item Type: 
Research reports
Relation Requires: 
Adobe Acrobat
Format Medium: 
GIF
Format Medium: 
PDF
Format Extent: 
10 p.
Rights: 
Cleared
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