Movement in and out of certain camps in Juba is heavily restricted. This means individuals living inside camps are unable to form connections and relationships with people living outside of their camps. This essentially cuts people off from the rest of society and restricts inter-communal relationships.
IDO believes that the more interactions between people staying either side of camp walls and the more friendships that cross ethnic lines, the greater the chance for people to live together in peace.
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