South Sudan refugees appeal
When civil War broke out in South Sudan in 2016, a million people left the country for Uganda.
Caritas worked in the largest of the refugee camps, named Bidibidi. Caritas provided seeds and tools to about 50,000 people there. Caritas also provided skills training to support livelihoods.
Caritas now aims to help to improve conditions at Palorinya, another camp where refugees lack basic food requirements. With your donations Caritas will empower refugees to embrace income generating activities, such as chicken farming, and to support livelihoods with loans.
Young people will be offered non-agricultural skills through vocational training in metal fabrication, carpentry, construction, tailoring, motorcycle repair and catering. Caritas will also construct a community-based skills training centre for adolescent girls.