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Introduction Oxfam in Uganda started work in the 1960s delivering development and humanitarian support as part of the global Oxfam confederation; a global movement of people fighting to end inequality and injustice. We tackle the inequalities that make and keep people poor and work to save and...
This article was produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Education for Life consortium partners and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union
Child marriage, sexual exploitation and harmful social norms in Palabek Refugee Settlement hold back young adults from pursuing their dreams for the future. All children, most of whom are orphans, are survivors of war, hunger and violence and have lost years of schooling due to the conflict in...
“School is important,” Ala explains. “It helps you to pay attention, and to communicate with other people. The teachers give me good advice, so that I can become a good person, and I learn how to protect myself. When I go to school, I am happy.”
The Resilient Learners, Teachers and Education systems in South Sudan and Uganda is a four year project funded by the European Union under the BRiCE (Building Resilience in Crises through Education) thematic programme. This project is aimed at improving and strengthening the non-formal and formal...
Oxfam in Uganda has today launched a four-year project titled “Resilient Learners, Teachers and Education systems in South Sudan and Uganda” aimed at improving and strengthening the non-formal and formal education system, targeting teachers and educators in Uganda refugee settlements and South...
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