Women Refugees get bold for Change

Women Refugees get bold for Change
  Just like this year's International Women's Day theme highlights, Refugees and other Persons of Concern stood out boldly and expressed themselves during the celebrations held on March 10th 2017 at the Antonio Guttress Community Centre in Kabusu. "One of the main reasons for organising this event is to advocate for Refugees' access to services at the same level as nationals," mentione...
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InterAid Uganda particpates in a healthy run to mark World Day for Safety and Health at work 2016

InterAid Uganda particpates in a healthy run to mark World Day for Safety and Health at work 2016
As part of the activities to commemorate the World Day for Safety and Health at work 2016, InterAid Uganda staff have participated in a health run organised by the Ministry of Gender Labour and social development. The final celebrations will be commemorated under the theme, “Workplace stress: A collective challenge”, at Kampala Capital City Authority on the 28th April, 2016. The commemoration c...
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INTERAID hosts a delegation from UNHCR headquarters

INTERAID hosts a delegation from UNHCR headquarters
  On Saturday 9, April 2016, InterAid Uganda hosted a delegation of high ranking officials from UNHCR headquarters in Geneva Switzerland. The function which took place at Sheraton hotel began with the exhibition where different groups of refugees show cased the different economic activities they are involved in. These included farming, Art and craft, tailoring, as well as co-curr...
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InterAid/UNHCR distributes planting materials to Refugees in Kiryandongo

InterAid/UNHCR distributes planting materials to Refugees in Kiryandongo
  As the rainy season kicks off in most parts of the country, Refugees in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement  have received planting materials from InterAid/UNHCR. The Planting materials include 6 kilograms of Maize and 3 kilograms of beans for each family. According to Simon Amani, InterAid Uganda’s Livelihood officer in Kiryandongo, the distribution exercise is targeting 1000 hous...
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