At the core of the Danish Refugee Council’s mission is to protect people displaced from their homes due to conflict. In fulfilment of this obligation, the DRC have for the last several years offered protection in different forms to refugees who camped in Uganda following the unrest in neighbouring South Sudan.
Key among the interventions carried out to protect refugees has been relocating targeted individuals and offering protection to children, women and the elderly in refugee settlements. DRC have worked with communities in protection units within the settlements and hundreds of refugees atest to the timely intervention.
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