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Targeted refugees and host community members are graduated from extreme poverty by 2022
In Rwanda, PoCs have the legal rights to employment, however, structural problems make it difficult for refugees to become self-reliant. 91% of PoCs live in camps with limited employment opportunities and access to financial services. The main economic activities for PoCs within the various camps include inter-camp trading established by the PoCs; other economic activities include tailoring and hairdressing (World Bank). The main industry for Rwanda is the agriculture sector comprising between 84.9%-85.2% of employment in most districts. An exception is the Gatsibo district which has an informal private sector comprising 81.7% of the districts employment (World Bank).
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