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By Okot Benard Kasozi (Published 11th September 2018)

In the course of a recovery monitoring visit in Pader District, a gunshot survivor rehabilitated by Refugee Law Project with funding support from the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) remarked that “If any future violent war erupts again in northern Uganda, I pray that it comes when I am dead” 

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By Dieudonne Maganya (Published 8th June 2018)

On the 20th May 2018, I used the Atiak road as I headed to Lamwo district in northern Uganda to conduct interviews of candidates for a training that RLP was preparing. It was a Sunday like no other, mildly sunny with hints of the onset of a dry season ahead but still transitioning from a rainy one. As we turned off from the main Nimule road heading to Lamwo, about 30kms from the border between Uganda and South Sudan, the green sceneries of a flat plain and later hilly with valleys enticed me to open the roof of the van I was travelling in. It was beautiful to watch. 

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