Saturday, September 18, 2021

Charcoal briquette a cover for environmental depletion in Refugee camps.

Shortage of wood fuel and its associated problem of Environmental depletion have been a huge challenge in the refugee hosting...

Riots in Rhino camp have subsided. Normalcy is near, Police say.

The riots followed delays of food rations for South Sudanese refugees of Omugo in Rhino camp. The rowdy circumstances brought humanitarian...

Refugees in Uganda can hardly access justice.

Many South Sudanese, who poured into Northern districts of Uganda where they sought safety, after fleeing violent conflict, get entangled in...

Donor-fund-dry out

Refugee-hosting districts of Northern Uganda complain service delivery is deteriorating due to donor-fund-dry out. Part of their finances comes from refugee-program-implementing...

Scrap-metal-market along South Sudan-Uganda border area is booming, amid concerns.

As South Sudan’s war continues, in some parts, so many citizens still are forced to leave their homes. But did you...

Patience under strain

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

Coronavirus: More concerted efforts needed

Confronted with coronavirus pandemic, the government of Uganda encouraged the public to give assistance in form of both solid items and...

From peace rally to deadly road ambush, Eastern Equatoria State Governor

By Obale Emmanuel-Torit The press secretary in the office of the State governor, Aliandro Lotok has...

Refugees and Uganda politics

Uganda government officials warn South Sudanese refugees, living in various refugee settlements to refrain from involving themselves in the local politics....

Politicizing migration issues

As Palorinya settlement, housing over one hundred thousand refugees from South Sudan, is deemed to fall under a newly created district...

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