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“Voice of Peace” with 30 members formed by the refugees for unity and fighting GBV Photo By Robert Ariaka/Oxfam
A Peace club formed by South Sudanese refugees in Imvepi settlement has contributed to bringing peaceful coexistence between refugees and host communities. Comprising of 20 men and 10 women, the club called “Voice of Peace” formed in August 2019 and has greatly yielded fruits of peace. The group...
One of the biggest challenges Cecile faced as a mother of 3 children under the age of 7 was traveling long distances to fetch water for her household chores. “I used to spend almost two hours standing in that line at the borehole before I could get water,” she says, adding, “and then, afterward...
Veterino is a pump attendant at the motoraised water system plant in Imvepi settlement. Photo credit:Oxfam
The decision taken by Oxfam to sink motorized boreholes in refugee settlements has positively contributed to solving the challenge of clean water supply and creating jobs for the refugees and host community members. The project funded by European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid has...