border en-route to a camp

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Transit centres are often located in or on the edge of camps to ensure that persons of concern do not have to live in the open on their arrival. They may also be located closer to the border en-route to a camp.
Can you help me please to understand this part of the phrase?
Source: Site planning for transit centres
  • Szkot

    Senior Member
    UK English
    There are two distinct phrases - closer to the border and en-route to the camp. The transit centre would be between the border and the camp, but not in or on the edge of the camp, as mentioned in the previous sentence.
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