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Corona Virus has fed off and increased existing inequalities hitting people living in poverty harder than the rich and has particularly severe impacts on women, Afro-descendants, indigenous peoples and historically marginalized and oppressed communities around the world. This has greatly impacted...
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.”
Rosemary Jomo 16years old Photo: Emmanuel Museruka/Oxfam
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...
Photo credit: Julius Kasujja/Oxfam
Oxfam’s global Even It Up campaign aims to set the terms of the debate and to amplify the voices of people and CSOs in order to influence change and advocate for effective policies and practices that will have a lasting impact. This study of inequality in Uganda nationalizes the global campaign and...
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