As the number of South Sudanese refugees in Uganda hits the one million mark, Save the Children is deeply concerned about the plight of children in displacement and resettlement sites.
Sadia says previously, she would set off from home at 6:00am together with women from the neighbourhood. They would reach the health centre at 10:00am, having spent four hours on the way.
From the sale of her groundnuts and other savings, Jeneth is ready to go back to school, and isn’t she excited! She will join the boarding section to enable her concentrate on her studies.
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Bubble, or play time?