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Wednesday 14 February 2018

Cash for Work improves South Sudanese refugees' livelihoods

Cash for Work beneficiaries including Lodu worked for 30 days each, earning US$120 (UGX432,000) per person. They were paid US$80 while the US$40 was kept as a saving for them.

Wednesday 20 December 2017

Youth lobby Government on education and employment

Key among the issues raised were the low level of youth participation and access to information, limited land for production, early marriage, high school dropout rate, low educational levels, drug abuse and limited access to government development programmes.

Tuesday 12 December 2017

Uganda and German Governments launch 10 million Euro Refugee Response Fund enabling Save the Children to scale up support in refugee education

The fund is a spin-off of the Solidarity Summit for Refugees that was held in Kampala in June.

Wednesday 22 November 2017

Cash for Work Promoting Peaceful Co-existence

Under Cash for Work, the refugees and Ugandans (host community) will plant trees, maintain roads, clear garbage and dig rubbish pits in markets, health centres, schools and child-friendly spaces and in return each participant will be remunerated with a stipend.

Tuesday 21 November 2017

"They call me Suarez"

Watch a short film about the football playing girls of Uganda.

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