Refugee response

Water points are favorite play areas for children in rural areas. The pull could be because of the joy of drinking water that is clean and safe, the fascination of watching it fill up buckets, or simply splashing it all over the place. Five-year-old Wini (Juba Arabic for Winnie) is no exception on...
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Refugees settled in Imvepi settlement have positively embarked on a campaign to fight open defecation. Through their elected leaders who become public health promotion volunteers, the refugees have received training been able to adopt and implement basic hygiene practices like proper hand washing,...
Building resilience of vulnerable groups is at the centre of our work. Oxfam works with communities of youth, men and women to promote livelihood options for them. This booklet is a collection of results of different entrepreneurial and vocational skills acquired by refugee youth and host...
Endorsed by: CARE Uganda, Medical Teams International, Plan International, Action Against Hunger, Humanitarian Inclusion, Save The Children, Relief International and International Rescue Committee The launch of Uganda’s Health Sector Integrated Refugee Response Plan (HSIRRP) is an opportunity to...
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