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Dear Ashley,
Thanks for your comments.
Yes we are already working on this through social media such as Whatsup where we share information and cases of women who are victims of SRHR related issues. We have sometimes when possible visited Refugee Led English Centers and discussed these issues with them during classes. We need to do a lot to ensure that SRHR are part of subjects and Topics refugees should learn about when they are in English classes.
On top of that we have engaged with refugees in churches especially the young people when it is possible and we have discussed with them about so many things especially those which enjoy the support of the church, but also have tried to organized community dialogues and information when we had some money from Women Global Network for Reproductive Rights,

As per the refugees are still left out completely here in Uganda as far as SRHR services are concerned, what is done more is the SGBV and in most cases even some Humanitarian Actors are not comfortable with the S but more willing to engage on GBV.
That is why our organization which is a human rights organization is much needed to address these challenges.

Dear Ashley,
Thanks for your comments.
Yes we are already working on this through social media such as Whatsup where we share information and cases of women who are victims of SRHR related issues. We have sometimes when possible visited Refugee Led English Centers and discussed these issues with them during classes. We need to do a lot to ensure that SRHR are part of subjects and Topics refugees should learn about when they are in English classes.
On top of that we have engaged with refugees in churches especially the young people when it is possible and we have discussed with them about so many things especially those which enjoy the support of the church, but also have tried to organized community dialogues and information when we had some money from Women Global Network for Reproductive Rights,

As per the refugees are still left out completely here in Uganda as far as SRHR services are concerned, what is done more is the SGBV and in most cases even some Humanitarian Actors are not comfortable with the S but more willing to engage on GBV.
That is why our organization which is a human rights organization is much needed to address these challenges.

Great Idea which should be linked to all other interventions looking at addressing the whole issues of sexual and reproductive rights to refugees and the host communities.