Following the relocation of refugees to Dzaleka, many of them are struggling to fend for themselves and their families as they rely on $5 (about K10 500) monthly food allowance from the World Food Programme (WFP). It is not surprising therefore, that some of them have started returning to the communities in both rural and […]
Inua Advocacy strongly condemns the gross misrepresentation of facts by the Malawi Delegation at the 77th Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights that took place in Arusha, Tanzania, in October 2023. Read the full statement here.
Following the forced relocation of refugees to Dzaleka Camp, the Government confiscated 125 containers owned by refugee business operators and ordered to inspect all of them. However, despite the Government’s stated expectations that the containers would hold some illegal firearms, counterfeiting machines and drugs, the police inspection did not find any of these but later […]
The extent of the human rights abuses taking place during the forced re-encampment of refugees to Dzaleka led to a number of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) forming a coalition and issuing a joint statement. The statement calls for a halt of the relocation exercise and the protection of refugees. Read the full statement here.
The relocation of refugees to Dzaleka, justified as the need to uphold the 1989 Malawi Refugee Act, ignores the fact that the Act itself does not allow displaced people to access basic human rights. The Malawi government admitted to the need for revising its refugee policy, and made two public pledges to do so: in […]