A meeting in a makeshift church consisting of women who attended a Gender Based Analysis organised by TWSB. Here they discussed and raised issues important to women within Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in Northern Uganda.
 A child’s hand rests on a school desk provided by the UNHCR.
 3.5 million children inside UNHCR Refugee Settlements did not attend school in 2018. 40% of primary school students and 88% of secondary students are not enrolled in any school. The teacher to student ratios are 1:226.
 A teacher receives training in using educational technologies to support school curriculum.
 An Ebola warning poster is pinned to a noticeboard in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement. The Ebola virus has now been reported in southern Uganda.
 Two girls naturally fall into a pose at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement.
 During a school break, students from Twajiji Primary School within Bidibidi Refugee Settlement drink from a public well.
 A rural area in Zone 1 of Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in Northern Uganda.
 The Headmaster of Twajiji Primary School in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement addresses a group of community members at a weekly meeting.
 Although this classroom is a permanent structure, it is overcrowded and under resourced. 3.5 million children inside UNHCR Refugee Settlements did not attend school in 2018. 40% of primary school students and 88% of secondary students are not enrolled in any school. Teacher ratios are 1:226.
 A teacher with a baby prepares a class.
 Near the food distribution centre at Zone 1 Bidibidi Refugee Settlement Northern Uganda. Families chip in together to hire cheap cars to transport their once-a-month food rations as distances are too far to carry such heavy bags.
 People line up for their monthly food rations at the UNHCR Food Distribution Centre in Zone 1 of Bidibidi Refugee Settlement in Northern Uganda.
 Near the food distribution centre at Zone 1 Bidibidi Refugee Settlement Northern Uganda. Families chip in together to hire cheap cars to transport their once-a-month food rations as distances are too far to carry such heavy bags.
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