The IRC provides medical equipment, trains health care workers and educates communities.
The IRC is helping communities to promote peace and long-term development.
The IRC fosters peace in communities and between rival clans through conflict-resolution groups.
The IRC enrols children in safe schools with well-trained teachers.
The IRC aids farmers and small business owners to become more efficient and effective.
The IRC has been working in Uganda since 1998, when conflict killed tens of thousands of people.
The International Rescue Committee has been working in Uganda since 1998, when conflict killed tens of thousands of people and displaced more than 1.6 million. Following a peace agreement in 2006, Ugandans are returning home and looking to rebuild their lives.
The IRC is there to protect women and children from violence and exploitation by fostering a safe environment and encouraging education, and is supporting farmers and small businesses, and helping communities promote peace and long-term development.