sustainable livelihoods

With funding from the Belgian Development Cooperation (DGD), Oxfam has been able to support over 300 refugees including Damali with opportunities to be self-reliant including providing business cash grants, vocational skills training as well as agricultural input.
Ruhabu Maniraguha is an 18-year-old refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo and currently resides in Kyaka II refugee settlement, Kyegegwa district. She, together with her family are among thousands of refugees who fled their home country due to the insurgency resulting from there. She is a...
Since the onset of the conflicts in South Sudan in 2014, over 800,000 South Sudanese fled their homes to Uganda seeking safety from the fighting. Oxfam has been responding to the South Sudanese refugee influx since the onset of the conflicts in 2014, and with funding from agencies and affiliates...
An Oxfam supported cassava farmer
Uganda as a country faces a number of socio-cultural, economic and political challenges, which perpetuate high levels of poverty and inequality. This limits participation of vulnerable groups, particularly women, youth and pastoralists in economic decisions that affect them. It limits their access...
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