From 2007 to 2011, we worked with 17 groups with over 1,000 people across three districts of northern Uganda – Gulu, Amuru, and Nwoya. In 2011 our Phase 1 groups graduated, and our geographic focus shifted to some of the most intensely war-affected areas of northern Uganda along the South Sudanese border. We currently work with over 1000 refugees from South Sudan and 11 groups with over 800 former child soldiers and their communities in Gulu and Lamwo districts. We prioritize our support to areas where it is most needed, in communities most significantly impacted by the war, and where the least amount of support is received from NGOs and the Government.
|Amuru||Atiak and Olwal||Kal, Pawel, Gira Gira, and Pagoro|
|Gulu||Patiko, Koro||Lamin Adera and Abole|
|Lamwo||Palabek Ogili, Palabek Gem, and Palabek Kal||Paracele, Apyeta, Padwat-central, Lugwar, Labigiriang, Ayuu Alali, Cubu, Ayuu-Anaka, Padibe West, Lokung|