Conflict in Northern Uganda: Peace and Reconciliation Can Be Achieved
Over a million civilians have fled the Lord’s Resistance Army and resulted in a majority of the population of Northern Uganda living in crowded and unhealthy displaced persons camps.
This has been one of Africa’s longest running civil wars but now there is the prospect of an end to the fighting. John Edwards recently wrote in the Washington Post, “At a moment of tremendous global hardship… it is rare to find hope”
For more information contact:
New York: Gerald Martone, (212) 551-3061, Gerald.Martone@theIRC.org
Washington DC: Shannon Meehan, (202) 822-0166 x 24, Shannon.Meehan@theIRC.org
Uganda: Julien Schopp, + 256 41 286 212, Julien.Schopp@theIRC.org
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