Thursday, June 24, 2021

Uganda: Cases of defilement on the rise, in refugee settlements

Bidibidi refugee settlement: At least hundreds of cases of defilement have been registered; within period of 5 months, in just one...

Energy: New alternatives

93% of refugee and host community households depend on wood as source of fuel for making a hot meal, according to...

Child labor

It is estimated one in four children are engendered in some sort of (child) labor, especially in the poorest countries, according...

Patience under strain

Bidibidi local community – hosting Africa’s largest refugee settlement is arguably one of the most patient and understanding society. But their...

Refugees making a difference

Three–times–refugee, Michael Loguya, is changing lives in the North of Uganda. His small–scale embroidery factory is offering life–skills to mostly young...

Alleviating reading culture among refugees, host community through digital research devices.

By Frederick Dramadri, Radio Pacis In an effort to recover from the loses caused by the...

Cooperate with media for information dissemination, Director tells community

By Ojok Darious Kidomua, Easter Radio The Director of the South Sudan’s Catholic Radio Network urged...

Improving infrastructure for quality learning in refugees’ settlement

Bidibidi settlement hosts over 230,000 South Sudan(ese) refugees. the capacity of schools to accommodate learners from both the refugees...

WPFD: Protect media and journalists from violence, activists cryout.

By Ojok Darious Kidomua, Easter Radio Every 3rd of May is a day dedicated to commemorate...

Gender-Based Violence and Juvenile Court launched in Juba as a separate entity

Some Juba residents, activists and judicial officers say they hope a Gender-Based Violence and Juvenile Court launched last year will address...

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