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Project Launch - SRHR-EP

On Friday 12 July 2019, Refugee Law Project officially signed a contract for another 4 years of work on “Securing Refugee-Host Relations in northern Uganda through Enhanced Protection”, a project generously funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Uganda. This follows a one and half year of pilot project implemented in Adjumani, Kiryandongo, and Lamwo on securing refugee-host relations through enhanced protection.

Official Opening

Innovation Centre

The launch was officiated by H.E Ambassador Henk Jan Bakker after which RLP’s Innovation Centre, an initiative from phase I (started in 2018) was officially opened. During this magnificent launch, RLP was joined by district leaders including Resident District Commissioners (RDCs), District Chairpersons (LCVs), beneficiary representatives, a select of Civil Society workers representing partner organisations, representatives from public and private universities, private sector, and media workers from Adjumani, Gulu, Kampala, Kiryandongo, and Lamwo district.

Project Overview

What is the SRHR-EP About?

The project, which will continue to strengthen refugee-host relations in northern Uganda is guided by the following objectives; to address access to justice needs for refugees and hosts, to build the capacity of relevant duty bearers on refugee rights and protection as well as refugee-host relations, to address profound harms resulting from war-related harms, to amplify refugee-host voices through provision of English for Adults (EFA) and video advocacy trainings and mentorships, to contribute to climate change agenda through afforestation, and to promote national and international advocacy on refugee-host relations.


Contact Details

For more information about the project, write to [email protected]

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