Response to increased demand on Government Service and creation of economic opportunities in Uganda (RISE)

Publication Date: 20200301

CARE International in Uganda is currently implementing Humanitarian and Development Projects in the newly established district of Kikuube; with a population of 341,300 nationals and host to one of the fastest-growing refugee settlements known as Kyangwali found in Mid-Western Uganda. Established in the 1960s to accommodate Rwandese refugees, Kyangwali Refugee Settlement hosts a population of 160,000 refugees from seven nationalities. The overall objective of this project is to enhance the emergency preparedness of selected local governments and prepare for possible future forced displacement.

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