Uganda is one of the largest refugee-hosting nations in the world with over 1,429,000 refugees in the country as of August 2020 (Source: OPM, UNHCR, GOU).
The reason refugees prefer Uganda as their home has a lot to do with Ugandan hospitality and
the Government’s Refugee Policy, which has been praised as one of the most progressive in the
World, according to the UN.
Arua (190,363), Isingiro (141,101), Kyegegwa (123,831), Kikuube (123,025), Obongi (122,805),
Kampala (80,506), Kamwenge (72,997), Kiryadongo (67,704), Lamwo (53,806), and Koboko
(48,404), Somalis (40,826), Rwandese (17,555), Eritreans (15,093), Sudanese (3,200) and
Kiryadongo, Kyaka II, Kyangwali, Nakivale, Pagirinya, Rhino and Rwamwanaja settlement.
Almost 50% of the refugees live in Bidi Bidi, Pagirinya and Rhino settlements located in the
northwest of the country.
shelter, and limited access to reliable information.
observe SOPs and at the same time they have limited access to medical services.
refugees used to get out of the settlement and work for food inorder to feed their children but
this is now impossible due to the ongoing lockdown.
Matthew 25:34-40 and therefore, we must help them find hope in Christ. We visit these
We are thus requesting you to help us reach these people with the gospel of Christ and to give
them food, clothes and basic medical services. Any contribution of any kind will highly be