Humanitarian

Monday 25 July 2016

A grandson longing for his grandmother

Seventeen-year-old *Timothy is an unaccompanied minor. He is one of the numerous children who fled their homes in South Sudan on their own. His grandmother refused to come to Uganda with him, saying she is too old to manage the challenges of fleeing home.

Wednesday 20 July 2016

Thousands of South Sudanese Refugees Flee War into Uganda

After days anticipating an influx of refugees from South Sudan, on Monday 18th July, 2,647 refugees arrived into Uganda from South Sudan. More refugees came on Tuesday, with 5,326 refugees spending that night at Elegu Refugee Collection Point.

Wednesday 8 June 2016

Our Child-Friendly Spaces are Doing a Splendid Job!

Save the Children's child-friendly space in Nyumanzi, Adjumani district, West Nile, is the perfect example of effective engagement of all groups of children, and of making the best of what we have in a really difficult situation.

Tuesday 12 April 2016

Uganda Refugees: What happens when the world looks away?

A blog by a visitor to one of Save the Children's emergency response sites.

Monday 7 March 2016

Child Friendly Space in Adjumani Restores Sudanese Kids’ Childhood

Save the Children runs 20 child friendly centres in Adjumani, Arua and Kiryandongo districts, where the organization is responding to the South Sudanese refugee influx. Our Snr. Communications Officer Angela Kateemu visited one of these centres and wrote a blog on this visit.

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