This project will support 200 returnee families from Morungatuny Camp, Northern Uganda to rebuild their lives and resettle in their ancestral homes. Families will receive resettlement kits that include kitchen items, tools, seeds, mosquito nets and water sanitizers.
Refugee Empowerment International has an ongoing partnership with Lutheran World Federation (LWF) to support environmental rehabilitation in Uganda.
This project in Kitgum district of northern Uganda aims to support environmental rehabilitation around Internally Displaced Persons’ (IDP) camps and in return areas through promoting the implementation of environmentally friendly activities.
Morungatuny camp, established in 1979, is one of the largest camps in Obalanga Sub County in North Eastern Uganda. Close to 20,000 people are living there in inhuman conditions.
The goal of this project is to support the environmental rehabilitation process in and near IDP and refugee camp sites and in the return areas by undertaking environmentally friendly activities.
Rachele Comprehensive Secondary School (RCSS) is based in Lira District one of the towns in northern Uganda. RCSS is a fully registered formal secondary school that was established in February 2006 with a total of over 260 students most of whom are Formerly Abducted Children (FAC).
Adjumani is a poor district in the north west of Uganda; due to the activities of the LRA (Lord’s Resistance Army), the district saw an increase in Sudanese refugees and IDPs from the Acholi region.
This funding provided for the construction of a school in Coope community for those originally displaced in Coope camp. The new school would ease congestion in existing school.