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Launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS

Launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS See more pictures

Launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS

InterAid’s Executive Director addressing guests and school children during the launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS   See more pictures

Launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS

School children listening to speeches during the launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS   See more pictures

Launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS

The InterAid’s Exercutive Director, UNHCR’s Education Advisor, and the pupils, display the NiE papers and school bags at St. Anthanasius P/S See more pictures

Launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS

UNHCR’s Education Advisor addressing guests and school children during the launch of NiE at St Anthanasius PS See more pictures

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Refugee Children participate in the launch of Monitor Publication NiE 2014 Programme

At an immunization training With support from UNHCR, InterAid Uganda sponsored the Monitor Publications News Paper in Education (NiE) programme in 32 schools in Kampala. At the launch of the 2014 NiE program at St Anthanasius PS, the UNHCR Education Advisor reminded refugee and national children that education was a right, so that no one should deny them that right. In addition, he informed them that as every right has obligations, so does the education right, and the children were requested to fulfill their obligaions. This year’s Monitor Publications NiE theme is “Readers are Leaders” that is a good leader must be informed. Reading is one of the main channels through which one can access information On her part, the Executive Director, InterAid(U)thanked the national children for supporting refugee children. She paid special recognition to the teachers and in particular Head teachers for their cooperation, support and the extra effort they put in not only to enroll the refugee children but also give specific support to promote their retention in schools. “Thank-you, Thank-you”. She said. “Bravo to Monitor Publications for the NiE programme, testimonies from teachers and pupils tell the success of the NiE programme. Thank you UNHCR for fundraising and funding the needs of refugee children. We look forward for the continued support and cooperation”, The Executive Director said

 

 
FAMILY HEALTH DAY AT THE IAU URBAN REFUGEE PROGRAMME

At an immunization training InterAid Uganda, 27th January 2014

In conjunction with Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), Inter Aid Uganda conducted a Family Health Day at the programme during which Immunization, Deworming, Antenatal and post natal care services, Blood sugar testing, Blood pressure testing and HIV and AIDS counseling, screening and testing were conducted.  62 children under the age of 5 years were immunized for measles, polio, DPT and Tetanus

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Urban Refugee Program me Highlights 06TH – 16TH January 2014

URP opens for 2014Inter Aid Uganda Urban Refugee Program me opened for work on 6th January in the new year. Happy New Year!!! was the message echoed by all both staff and the program me beneficiaries to each other. Among the initial activities at the program me was; - Review of the program me Standard Operating Procedures ( SOPs) by the staff, and these are to guide the operations of the year, Reviewing of the proposed work plan to ensure the course the program me is to take during the year, 2014. In addition the program me started to receive the program me beneficiaries and attend to them accordingly especially through services such as information dissemination and counseling. 

During the period of January 6th - 16th, a total of 503 (256 male, 237 female) were received and all accessed information, 194 ( 81 male, 113 female) received medical care, 12 (07male, 05 female) accessed legal Counseling while 295 (101 male, 194 female) beneficiaries accessed individual counseling. The daily morning addresses during the period were used to disseminate information on the 2014 Urban Refugee Program me Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Feedback on the 2013 AGDM findings, and the proposed interventions specifically in the areas of Education, and Child Protection.

 

 
TRAINING ON POLIO & ROUTINE IMMUNISATION COMMUNICATION & SURVEILLANCE

At an immunization trainingIAU in partnership with UNICEF, KCCA, MACIS and WHO carried out a training of 30 refugees (Sudanese, Sudan Darfur, Ethiopian, Somali , Congolese and Burundian) on Polio and routine immunization, communication and surveillance. The training was held at Hotel Africana on the 13th of November, 2013, facilitated by Ms Beatrice Mutonyi (MoH), Mr. Michael Tabuzibwa (KCCA), Mr. David Bizimana (InterAid), Dr Edison (WHO), Mr. d'Arcy Lunn (UNICEF). This was the second such training day following on from a similar training day in August with mostly Congolese refugees The object of this training was to train selected refugee health volunteers to learn about immunization in Uganda, the tools for effective surveillance, social mobilisation and communication, and to create solutions to identified challenges for all children in refugee communities to be fully immunized.

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