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Repatriation is often presented as the optimum durable solution to the refugee problem in Africa and it is taken for granted that the return of peace to a country will entail the return of the refugees who fled the war. This chapter questions this assumption by looking at the movement of self-settled refugees from Zambia to Angola as a process of migration rather than the end of the refugee cycle. Before considering voluntary repatriation as a solution, it is worth considering in greater detail the nature of the refugee problem it is expected to solve. It has three aspects that can be clearly identified. Firstly, at the start of any refugee emergency is a humanitarian problem as refugees flee their homes, families are separated and they arrive in a neighbouring country exhausted and with very few possessions. Aid operations may be essential to help refugees through these critical times. After the crisis when refugees have been able either to settle temporarily among local communities or in settlements, it is still assumed that there is chronic suffering caused by exile. The Refugee Problem and Repatriation Repatriation is often presented as the optimum durable solution to the refugee problem in Africa and it is taken for granted that the return of peace to a country will entail the return of the refugees who fl
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