Inter Aid Uganda implements a multi sectoral programme in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement The political and cultural differences in South Sudan culminated into armed conflict situations
in mid-December 2013 and lead to the displacement of over 386,000 persons with Uganda hosting approximately 142,769 refugees.
South Sudanese refugees in Uganda were given a prima facie status and over 32,564 were settled in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement.
In February 2014, UNHCR and OPM selected Inter Aid Uganda to implement a multi sectoral programme in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement to offer the following services for the South Sudanese Refugees;
- Reception Centre Management
- Protection which includes Legal assistance, Child protection, SGBV prevention and response
- Psychosocial support, individual case management, supports to Support to Persons with Specific Needs
- Livelihoods support
- Peace Education and community Outreach activities.