Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Continued food cuts send refugees into anxiety

After their food aid was cut nearly to half, refugees in Uganda are grappling with containing the news of further cuts...

Creating livelihood in foreign land

As humanitarian assistance continue to decrease, refugees and asylum seekers in Uganda are encouraged to initiate their own livelihoods. Many have...

Seeking solace in entertainment

Have you ever …even for once thought that music could be your only solace and perhaps the best mode...

Coronavirus: Drama episode two

Episode two, “…I wonder what he could be doing now...!” Amid coronavirus pandemic, Mary is curious to know how her boyfriend...

A sudden downpour cause extensive damage to the South Sudan’s Equatorias

Recurring downpour has caused extensive damage to property and disrupted business to Torit, Eastern part of South Sudan. The rest of...

Migration dilemma: Refugee–host communities mix–up in Uganda’s largest settlement, Bidibidi

Agencies that provide humanitarian aid to both refugees and a small portion (of aid) to host communities of Uganda’s largest refugee...

Coronavirus: Drama episode one

"… with Covid–19 – an irritation of global dimensions, we are constantly regretting our Pearl. We learn to smile with our...

Climate-smart agriculture project for refugees and their hosts

Northern Uganda Resilience Initiative (NURI) is a-climate-smart agriculture project funded by the Royal Danish Embassy in Uganda. The Ambassador, Nicolaj A....

Refugees demand relocation after the death of 15 in attack by the host community,...

By: Robert Ariaka, Arua One fm. Over 3,000 refugees in Rhino camp settlement in Madi Okollo district...

Daily struggles of urban refugees

Refugees who choose to live in towns instead of officially recognised settlements are not considered for any support at all, and...

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