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Buy and Download Description Despite certain differences, a trait common to Kenya and Uganda was the influence on policy of the office of UNHCR. The countries' perceived dependence on external funding, for which UNHCR was the main conduit, was a key contributing factor in the shift in power from national to foreign actors. The disempowerment of governments and the growing dominance of the humanitarian 'internationale' (de Waal 1997) was not to the advantage of refugees. It undermined UNHCR's discharge of its function as the protector of refugees and allowed the priorities of its funders and, hence, bureaucratic interests in its own survival, to take precedence over defending the rights of refugees. Despite certain differences, a trait common to Kenya and Uganda was the influence on policy of the office of UNHCR. The countries' perceived dependence on external funding, for which UNHCR was the main conduit, was a key contributing factor in the
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