Monday, August 2, 2021

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...

Co–existence dilemma

Five years on, living side-by-side, refugees and the host communities of Bidi bidi are still struggling to attain total harmony amid...

Agriculture to rebound, amid COVID–19

As much as the coronavirus pandemic has been devastating to almost all sectors world over; and in Uganda alike, the national...

Affirmative action to inspire women, travelled to Africa’s largest refugee settlement

Affirmative action to raise women’s participation in decision making of their own affairs in the various refugee camps has travelled to...

Insufficient food aid: What is plan B for refugees?

Many south Sudanese refugees in Uganda, particularly in Northern Uganda are increasingly engaging in different livelihood activities in order to counteract...

Refugees: Know your rights

It is important to know your human rights. The same applies to refugees and asylum seekers, too. However, in practice, few...

Coronavirus (COVID–19): What you need to know across refugee settlements

Underage pregnancies have become the talk of the town. National media is broadcasting such news almost everyday. Refugees; especially leaders, living...

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....

Plight of South Sudanese refugees in Uganda: Risking it all for food

Five South Sudanese refugees drowned in River Enyau attempting to cross in order to receive their monthly food rations, according to...

Coronavirus: Refugees finally receive their free face masks

In effort to fight against coronavirus pandemic, the government of Uganda distributed free face masks to its citizens. However, refugees as...

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