English for 1000 refugees adults in Kampala

by People for Peace and Defence of Rights - DUPLICATE DO NOT USE


Refugees are facing the problem of communication here in Uganda.They come from countries where English is not spoken and when they reach Uganda they need communication so that they are the community

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There is no existing program for local integration of refugees in the community. They face the biggest problem of language skill. They do almost nothing because they cannot talk and cannot pass their message. It is difficult to present their cases to the police and other officers in charge of refugees.


It will give many refugees a chance to know how to speak, understand, write and read in English. this will help them to look for a job, to operate a small business and interact with other people on different issues.

Long-Term Impact

Self reliance of refugees and this will promote the local integration and make contribute positively towards the development of the country and play their civic role in the community.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


English for 1000 refugees adults in kampala

Organization Information

People for Peace and Defence of Rights - DUPLICATE DO NOT USE

Location: Kampala - Uganda
Website: http:/​/​www.ppdr.info
People for Peace and Defence of Rights - DUPLICATE DO NOT USE
Project Leader:
Kulihoshi Musikami
Founder Member
Kampala, Uganda

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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