Josephine is one happy girl!

Josephine is one happy girl!

Seven-year-old Josephine is one of the many children across Uganda who received an assistive device in our All-in-All Learning Programme with Comic Relief and UK Aid.

May Joy Namu
December 21, 2021
Q&A with Physiotherapist Idah Sendagala

Q&A with Physiotherapist Idah Sendagala

Every September 8th, the world celebrates World Physiotherapy Day. In this Q&A our Physiotherapist, Idah Sendagala, shares about our work with refugee children living with disabilities in Uganda.

May Joy Namu
September 8, 2021
Restoring hope to vulnerable disabled children

Restoring hope to vulnerable disabled children

Programme Officer, Gumisiriza Micheal, shares his experience working with refugee children living with disabilities in Western Uganda.

Gumisiriza Micheal
June 29, 2021
Who owns the ideas?

Who owns the ideas?

Our CEO and Founder, Edmund Page, discusses why in protracted refugee contexts the aid sector need to stop deciding HOW the lives of refugees should be improved.

Edmund Page
May 13, 2021
Nurturing Trust In Crisis: How Crisis Response Can Build Trust In Refugee Communities

Nurturing Trust In Crisis: How Crisis Response Can Build Trust In Refugee Communities

Education Officer, Eldoma Dawood reflects on the importance of nurturing a trusting relationship between Humanitarian Organisations and Refugee Communities through effective response in times of crisis.

Eldoma Dawood
October 1, 2020
Where Do They Belong? The Question of Citizenship for Host-Born Refugees

Where Do They Belong? The Question of Citizenship for Host-Born Refugees

Paul Nandia, Project Officer, discusses the need to allow refugees born in Kenya the opportunity to fully assimilate into society, including offering them citizenship.

Paul Nandia
July 16, 2020