Northern Uganda Conflict

Maria Angela Aryemo listens to paralegals talk about landmine recognition during a seminar in Gulu, Uganda March 24, 2004. Catholic Relief Services sponsored training for paralegals who are involved in resolving conflicts in the community as well educate people on human rights, land law and domestic violence. Northern Uganda has been consumed with conflict involving the Lord's Resistance Army for 18 years causing social breakdown which projects such as this are attempting to rebuild. Funding comes through USAID through Comunity resillience and Dialogue.  The peace-building portion of the CRD program is administrated by CRS. (Rick D'Elia)
Maria Angela Aryemo listens to paralegals talk about landmine recognition during a seminar in Gulu, Uganda March 24, 2004. Catholic Relief Services sponsored training for paralegals who are involved in resolving conflicts in the community as well educate people on human rights, land law and domestic violence. Northern Uganda has been consumed with conflict involving the Lord's Resistance Army for 18 years causing social breakdown which projects such as this are attempting to rebuild. Funding...
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