Year: 2019

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The burial of Pr Malamu Salumu

On the 7th August 2019, the CRCU and the members gathered for the burial of their member Pr Salumu Malamu who was taken by a sudden death on Saturday 3rd August 2019. The burial occurred at the Entebbe graveyard after four days mourning at the late’s home in Makindye. Pr Malamu Salumu was a very active member of the community. […]

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Training class in catering for the members

The CRCU launched on the 6th.08.2019 a training class in catering for the members. The skill will be provided to Congolese female and male refugees who will use it to make income in their lives. The trainees reported in big number at the centre. The interest they showed was so high. We believe that many will join the class as […]

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Grant of wheel chairs to refugee PWD

The Congolese Refugees Community in Uganda ( CRCU ) benefited from a grant of wheel chairs to refugees and nationals living with disabilities by the Rotary Club Munyonyo Kampala through Rotarian Gabriel Mugaruka. The CRCU submitted a list of some members who are PWDs to the Rotary Club and today they are axauced by the grant of the wheel chairs […]

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CELEBRATION OF THE WORLD REFUGEE DAY 2019

The Congolese Refugee Community in Uganda (CRCU) celebrated the World Refugee Day today Wednesday, June 26th, 2019 in an atmosphere of meditation. The theme of the day was “Becoming Self-reliant”. The community gathered members and non-members at the Community Centre in order to pray to God rather than to celebrate. Around 1000 people from different backgrounds attended the function including […]

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Vulnerability assessment activities in the community

This week, more than 50 families were assessed in the Congolese Refugees Community in Uganda (CRCU). The assessment was focussed on the views of the heads of families who appeared to be also the Principal Applicants in their refugee cases. Ninety percent (90%) of the assessed people complained of hardly affording livelihood needs. Seventy percent (70%) were made unable to […]