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Greener energy in Kyangwali Refugee Settlement

Meeting the energy needs of refugees and communities in emergency situations is usually second to basic needs such as food and shelter. Yet, energy plays an important role in supporting displaced communities return to normal lives. According to UNHCR data, Uganda was hosting 68,703 refugees at the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement in March 2018. This population […]

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HIV/AIDS Awareness Through Football

A UN Aids Report indicates that there were at least 200,000 adults and children living with AIDS in South Sudan in 2016. As conflict has destabilized social structures in the country, HIV/AIDS cases are hardly ever reported or discussed in the community. This coupled with few systems and services to provide HIV support, low information about […]