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Emergency livelihood support through to 2,250 vulnerable households in Arua and Moyo Districts,West Nile Sub region

Since August 2018, Living Earth Uganda has been implementing a project dubbed: Emergency livelihood support through to 2,250 vulnerable households in Arua and Moyo Districts,West Nile Sub region.

This four months project seeks to provide emergency livelihood support to 2,250 refugees and host community members in Palorinya refugee settlement, Moyo district, and Imvepi refugee settlement, Arua district, through Cash for Work activities.

The is supported by UNDP  and funded by   UN (CERF) (Central Emergency Rescue   Fund).

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