On our way from Kampala to Arua we have stayed in Adjumani to find out how the situation is in the refugee camps here. And how IAS can get involved in assisting the people. The below film clip is from Nyumanzi Refugee Reception Center. Hundreds of people are still arriving to this camp every day from South Sudan. The situation is very difficult and the needs are great. In spite of the challenges we meet so many hopeful and happy children!
// Håkan Björk, Freelance
I have been here in Pader, Uganda for a few days and had the time to get to know more of IAS employees. One of the many highlights of these days was to hear Juliet Namukasa and her colleagues warmly describe the long journey (several years) of work and experiences that led to the compilation of the “tool” she continues, TACT. On October 4 was about 500 hundred people gathered in Pader for the release of this book. I am quite clear on how impressive!
Håkan Björk, Freelance.