Warm greetings to you! Following a successfully 2018 and a short break to recuperate from a yearlong busy and rigorous oversight functions in the implementation of Refugee Law Project’s biggest grant titled “Securing Refugee-Host Relations in northern Uganda through Enhanced Protection”, I’m pleased to (re)connect to you in 2019 and fingers crossed that it will be a productive and a rewarding year for us all.
For many, January is the month that people mull-over their new year’s ‘plans’ and or ‘resolutions’, while others race through tasks carried from previous years. Irrespective of your position and the situation at hand right now, may I wish you the very best of luck and fingers tightly crossed that you garner triumphant successes in your planned goals. Indeed, there are no remote controls of life – we all have to get up and do one thing or another while maintaining discipline, commitments and consistency towards realization of our planned targets and goals.
Through strategic partnerships and advocacy, a context where all people enjoy their human rights irrespective of their legal status is achievable.
For me, 2019 begun with lots of energy – with series of in-house trainings on working with support groups from refugee and host communities, working with children affected by forced displacements, and revamping Refugee Law Project’s adult literacy programme alias English for Adults (EFA). Adding onto earlier commitments in tackling conflict-related sexual violence, and striving to achieve RLP’s Vision and Mission statement for RLP, I’m profoundly confident that through strategic partnerships and advocacy, a context where all people enjoy their human rights irrespective of their legal status (RLP’s Vision) is a ‘smart’ approach to achieving justice for all.
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Best of luck in 2019!