Continued food cuts send refugees into anxiety

That is food store, in Invepi refugee settlement. Refugees sell there part of their food assistance, here. A refugee businessperson, who resells the items for a profit, owns it. Picture by Ochan Hannington | 8 Dec 2020

After their food aid was cut nearly to half, refugees in Uganda are grappling with containing the news of further cuts of their food assistance. Many have been sent into panic. However, others have treated such news as a wake up call. And for many of them, this rather sad news might just catapult them into brighter future they might have desired. Juruga Samuel is refugee in Bidibidi, and filed this report.

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