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UNHCR Gender Equality
@refugee_gender - 13/03/2011
Refugee woman in Kyangwali: "Due to lack of money some children do drop out of school [..] there are no scholarships available"
@refugee_gender - 11/03/2011
14 year old refugee girl in Kyangwali: "Without shelter,water and food, a girl won't get a chance to grow up and become a community leader."
Congolese refugee woman at the start of Dialogue : “I’m fine, well, not very fine, as we have many problems”
Kicked off the Uganda Dialogue in Kyangwali refugee settlement - more than 40 men and 70 refugee women from DRC, Sudan, Rwanda and Burundi.
Just drawn up an electricity schedule to charge our 6 laptops - our most technologically challenged dialogue so far!
@refugee_gender - 08/03/2011
Celebrated International Women's Day in Hoima training UNHCR staff and partners on the Dialogue's methodology!
@refugee_gender - 07/03/2011
Just arrived in Hoima, Uganda for the next dialogue with refugee women after 3 hour ride through beautiful countryside..
@refugee_gender - 17/02/2011
"My children lost their ambition. We have hardly enough money to survive how can we pay for school? If only I could borrow?" Dialogues Amman
"I am wondering in which century we are living? I don't know how to read how to write! I cannot even sign!" Sudanese refugee woman in Amman
@refugee_gender - 16/02/2011
Somali refugee:a friend was bleeding after the operation(FGM),I took her to hospital,doctor called other doc to show my case. I was ashamed.