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- World Refugee Day: Four NGOs come together to get children back into education
The launch of Uganda's new Education Response Plan for refugees and host communities offers a great opportunity
With more than half of refugee children in Uganda out of school, 17 international NGOs join together to issue a call to action
Estella Alwak has been a refugee for most of her life. Now she helps get other young refugee children back into school to give them a better future
When their father was killed in fighting near their village in eastern DR Congo, twin siblings Sandra and Sammy knew they had to try and find safety. Now they're in Uganda and graduated from Save the Children's accelerated education programme
Richard Mucunguza was at home with his family one evening, when disaster struck. Heavy flooding made his family homeless and destroyed his farm. Today his new banana plantation is thriving and he's better prepared for future disasters
A new Education Response Plan launches today that if funded will provide quality education for hundreds of thousands of refugee and host community children in Uganda.
This new report shows Uganda has a long way to go to ensure all children are included in its development. Millions of Ugandan children are still being left behind.