WACIT Uganda: Refugee graduates did their duty to the children – how about ours?

The potential of the refugee graduates was exciting to see at the workshop two months ago. But this was in sharp contrast with the loving conditions, as we had to find money for water and basic materials.

Still, since then they have kept their word to develop school holidays activities for the children in the large refugee settlement, with the aim of extending to school and community awareness in the future, and to strengthen the cultural integration of several groups.

Our admiration goes to them, shame to hear they did not have money for even drinks for the children…​


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