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Children Christmas Party

Children and parents being given a cake during the party See more pictures

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The Executive Director, InterAid Uganda, Madam Scholastica Nasinyama being appreciated by the trainees for the investment in them See more pictures

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Trainees show case their skills See more pictures

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One of the trainees entertaining the audience See more pictures

Caravan Drive

Children sharing their views on SGBV during the 16 days of activism against SGB See more pictures

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INTERAID UGANDA TOGETHER WITH REFUGEE YOUTH FUNDARISE FOR CANCER PATIENTS IN MULAGO HOSPITAL

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At an immunization training InterAid Uganda supported refugee youth in fundraising for cancer patients and children in Mulago Hospital. The refugee youth under their association of FAARU headed by Jemba Mbaha, comprises of all refugee youth music groups held a concert to fundraise for the cancer patients under the theme ” Bless Uganda concert fundraising for children suffering from cancer”. Present at the event were the UNHCR Uganda Representative and Commissioner of Department of Refugees at the Prime Minister’s Office, who both appreciated various initiatives and innovations by InterAid Uganda in helping refugees restart their lives and live a dignified and self reliant lives

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INTERAID UGANDA HOSTS CHILDREN TO A CHRISTMAS PARTY

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At an christmas party On 07th December 2015 InterAid Uganda hosted Refugee and Ugandan children to a Christmas party. Christmas party is one of the strategies InterAid Uganda uses to promote peaceful co-existence between refugee and host community children through play, and as a result contribute to refugee children’s holistic; cognitive, behavioral and physical development. The children enjoyed Music, dance, skits, poem, drama, body mapping, story telling, big bouncing castles, skipping ropes, balls, balloons, facial painting, crown, father chrismas, meals, drinks, Christmas cake and giving presents by father Christmas.

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Start of mobilization of urban refugees for census

During census outreach On 21st August, 2014, a sensitization meeting was organized by IAU to sensitize and inform the LC chairpersons from Makindye, Lubaga and Central Division Councils about the forthcoming Population Census 2014 and counting of refugees during the census. They were informed mainly about the Census night, census period, who will be counted and emphasis was that as refugees they were to be enumerated and should participate by providing all the information asked by the enumerators without fear. This was part of the methodology used to provide information about census on addition to the daily morning addresses and sms. It was also noted that some of the LCs had been sensitized by other Census staff about the census and the information provided enriched them more about the issues of enumerating the refugees and asylum seekers living in the urban environs in Kampala.

 

 
Mobilization of Urban Refugees for 2014 Census

At an immunization training On 20th August, 2014, a sensitization meeting was organized by IAU to sensitize and inform refugee community volunteers about the forthcoming Population Census 2014. The participants were from various communities and of different nationalities mainly composed of Congolese, Rwandese, Barundi, Somali, South Sudanese, and Dafurians. They were informed about the dates of census and requested to inform other refugees about the census and that all refugees will also be counted like any other Ugandans and nobody should stop them from being counted. They asked a number of questions which were answered by David Bizimana, the M&E Officer at IAU managing Census 2014 issues .

 

 
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