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21 feb Mosul

Today, I am in Mosul, Iraq. An iconic city throughout the multiple crises that afflicted the country in its recent history. Frantic reconstruction is taking place; but for the inhabitants of this city of two million before IS, it is not fast enough.... Read more ›

6 dec Back to Kosovo

A small jail. Not for me but for most of the Kosovars. This beautiful natured country is surrounded by spectacular mountain ridges. It is not these natural borders that confine the Kosovars in Kosovo.... Read more ›

24 okt Ignored as Aliens by Government, self-settled refugees overstraining service delivery by LGs

By August 2018, Uganda was home to over 1,500,000 refugees mainly from South Sudan, DR Congo, Burundi and Somalia with women and girls constituting over 80%. This influx is attributed to Uganda’s welcoming refugee policy. In fact, Uganda refugee policy has been hailed as one of the best in the World. In reality however, this legal framework is premised on confinement of refugees to designated settlements for purposes of avoiding what government calls alien refugees. This confinement is also to facilitate targeted but economical support to whoever is granted refugee status. ... Read more ›

15 okt Local governments in dilemma as their hands are tied to meet enormous refugee needs

Throughout 2013, Uganda continued to receive Refugees mainly from South Sudan, DR Congo, Burundi and Somalia. This is attributed to political oppression, armed conflicts and other human rights abuses in those countries.... Read more ›

11 okt Gender responsive budgetting in Ethiopia

The last newsletter of GPSA Knowledge Platform (Global Partnership for Social Accountability). ... Read more ›

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