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English: Ugandan districts affected by Lords Resistance Army.

Sources used to draw this map

  • Maps in USAID/RLP (2004) Refugee Law Project Working Paper No. 11 ( online version)
  • IDP Project maps ( Uganda, Sudan
  • UN Department of Public Information, Map no. 3862.1 (september 2002), Ugandan district boundaries
  • Wikipedia article on LRA

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