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Refugee Law Project
Our mission is to empower seekers, , , and host communities in Uganda to enjoy their and lead dignified lives.
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Refugee Law Project Jun 22
"Even when we are given food & non food items, we don't realise their importance because our minds have not yet been treated" A survivor of in Dzaipi.
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Refugee Law Project Jun 22
B'coz is neglected in all post conflict recovery efforts, today we have been in Dzaipi - discussing participation of war affected communities in discussions around conflict related mental health
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Refugee Law Project Jun 22
Many have played a role, but only afew are sung about. Read the latest blog as stresses the need to recognize the unsung local icons in Uganda.
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Ameso Joyce Jun 21
A step towards addressing overstay on remand without trial, this has long been the cry of detained on capital charges at Masindi, Isimba &Hoima prisons
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
Our operations in Refugee Settlement have been boosted with a newly acquired office space thanks to . @
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
Just a couple of hours to go but big numbers in queue waiting to be examined. It's evident that more health care services are need within communities.
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
HIV, Malaria, Blood pressure, etc all being tested at the Pyscho-Medical & Legal camp for .
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Dr Chris Dolan Jun 21
31% (48/154) of RLP staff r themselves refugees - others know exactly what it means 2 b an IDP! Let’s get serious abt empowerment and self-reliance & of
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
After a medical check up, an assortment of medical drugs are also in stock for those prescribed to.
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
Checking if their vision is 20/20, or they need 👓. All happening at the Psycho-Medical & Legal Camp for .
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
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Okot Francis Oyat Jun 21
Rehabilitate torture survivors, bring perpetrators to account! This year 2018 theme for the UN International day in support of torture victims. Let us all play our parts
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Okot Francis Oyat Jun 21
Despite the prohibition and prevention of torture act 2012, it's implementation remains a big challenge from all stakeholders @chairpersonUHRC
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Jackson Odong Jun 21
"Rwenzori has been a region of conflict. As long as we continue failing to tell the truth, we shall continue handling victims" says RDC during on
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
"It's important to give all the necessary support to enable them recover and live their lives comfortably" V. Oyella
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
"This annual camp is a commitment that we will continue standing together with by bringing counseling, medical & legal services closer to our clients" M. Kampogo ()
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
"The psycho-medical & legal camp is part of week-long activities raising awareness on and need for support for " M. Kampogo ()
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Refugee Law Project Jun 21
All set for the Psycho-Medical & Legal camp for happening today at Old Kampala Primary School.
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Refugee Law Project Jun 20
Empowering & hosts with videography skills to tell stories and change people's perceptions about refugees.
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Refugee Law Project Jun 20
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