Market Systems Analysis in Djibouti - summary report

Djibouti currently hosts over 27.000 refugees and asylum seekers. The country’s new refugee law, promulgated on 5 January 2017, equips refugees with rights that place them on equal footing with citizens. Although this is a radical departure from the situation before 2017, the enforcement of the new refugee law will likely require further work. Without knowledge and information, refugees will miss out on opportunities created by the new legal framework. This market systems analysis investigates why refugees are currently not fully exploiting these opportunities and provides recommendations to enhance the positive effects of this new law.

Project documentation | 30 May 2018