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Open Letter to the Minister about the current situation of refugees in Uganda

Not much progress is being seen at the refugee community levels even if there efforts by different actors to ensure that refugees get advantages of what is likely to be Continue Reading »

Our Declaration against the canceling of Rwandan Refugee Status in Uganda

We strongly reject the move by the government of Uganda to cancel the Refugee Status of the 14,000 Rwandan Refugees in Uganda. We commit ourselves to advocate against this move Continue Reading »

Kulihoshi M Pecos at risk of being arrested because of standing for 25 refugee women who have been abused

We are always on the side of the victims and because of that we cannot abandon these 25 refugee women here in Kampala who have been abused by those who Continue Reading »

Our Petition to demand for food and other Humanitarian services to Refugees in Kampala Uganda

This Petition is our clear position and struggle to seek for services to refugees in Kampala Uganda who have been for long denied these services, because of bad intention from Continue Reading »

Investigations into “refugee scandals in Uganda lack credibility: Our Reactions to the Press Release

Our brief reactions on the Uganda ghost refugees. During the Press Conference between the UNHCR and OPM in Kampala yesterday Thursday November 8th, 2018 they indicated that more than 300,000 Continue Reading »

Kulihoshi Musikami Interview with freelance Journalist based in Italy on why we are committed on Refugee Rights in Uganda

Many people may not much informed about our work, and why do we choose to do so. Some people who are against our convictions for refugee rights think we are Continue Reading »

Our reactions towards the UNHCR Uganda attacks on social media

Much as the UNHCR claimed not intending to attack the use of social media among refugees, during a meeting which we held about this article, we still maintain our position Continue Reading »

Open letter to the Wold Bank against fabricated refugee leaders in Uganda

This is our concerns to observe that the current efforts in place here in Uganda is a deliberate move to fabricate fake refugee leaders in order to continue the usual Continue Reading »


The Refugee Resettlement Process is one among the affected services to refugees by being highly influenced by bribe. Here is our call ” Letter to Diplomatic Missions in Uganda Thanks

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