Aid is difficult to get through to refugees in Uganda. Lives are at stake.

South Sudanese refugee children playing at water point, in Boroli refugee camp. The camp is found in Adjumani district, which is bordering Moyo. Both districts of Moyo and Adjumani have registered huge numbers of refugees. Picture by Ochan Hannington | 12 Aug 2017

Almost all refugee settlement centers, in Uganda, are located in remote areas. Such areas are characterised by very little or non-existent, operational, amenities. Humanitarian agencies operating in the country complain limited facilities deter, in one way or the other, service delivery to the refugees. Uganda’s district of Moyo is not unique. The district’s problems are exacerbated by natural disasters. Moyo district, bordering South Sudan, hosts hundreds of thousands of South Sudanese refugees. Officers, from various humanitarian organisations, complain conditions beyond their control jeopardise their work – putting lives of many (South Sudanese refugees) at stake. Kennedy Inyakuni is in the district, and compiled this report: