The above graphic was published recently by Aljazeera. I have just added Pajok (the home town of our South Sudanese students) and Bweyale (where we rent a house as a holiday base). As you can see, the main impact of the famine and emergency on AREP is indirect, due to the flow of new refugees caused by the war in South Sudan.
Juba to Pajok is 188 km
Pajok to Bweyale is 285 km
Bweyale to Kampala is 221 km
These two youngsters were snapped at their school. Disney gets everywhere!
Our sponsored children and young people, September 2016, going back to school and college.
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Amy and Emmanuel are studying in Kabale.
Some of the students at our base in Northern Uganda, at Bweyale for the Term 1 holidays.
Those preparing for public examinations later this year had to stay in Kampala.
On the day Term 1 of 2016 ended, some of the children are pictured in Kampala
As a result of this article, Wish FM called and sent a reporter round.
Schools can play a huge part in raising awareness for charities working locally and in other countries. If anyone would like our more detailed pack of information about any of the sponsored children, or what we’re hoping to achieve during the trip, please get in touch.