To see a targeted number of extremely poor households increase their income by using the graduation approach to reach 22,750 households by 2025.
As a signatory to the refugee convention and other international treaties, Uganda has a long history of providing asylum, having a constant stream of around 160,000 PoCs since 1959. Currently, Uganda hosts around 1.2 million PoCs benefiting from the GoU's implementation of progressive policies. Although policies are favorable, many refugees live in remote and underdeveloped regions, leaving refugees prone to poverty and limited access to economic opportunities. Main income generating opportunities for refugees include farming at 24.5%, businesses at 17.8% and casual labour at 10.5%. Additionally, 80% of PoCs are women and children with children at 57%.