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CALL ME EDGAR THE TAILOR

There are two tailors in Nakivale refugee settlement that 17-year-old Edgar Ndashimya admires. A gentleman called Timothy and a lady named Naomi. The two he says are the most sought-after tailors in the settlement, which

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You can help provide an education to people forced to flee by donating today! All donations go directly to making a difference in the lives of refugees.
Your contribution will help a refugee or displaced person who would not otherwise have the opportunity to pursue their education or training.

US $53

This can help provide a school uniform and scholastic materials for a primary child studying within the Refugee Settlements!

US$ 100

This can help provide tuition and fees for one term for a child with special needs to study in a specialized school!

US $200

This can help provide a living allowance/pocket money for one university student for one semester!

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Before the opening of schools, all teaching staff in Palorinya were taken through the code of conduct for humanitarian workers. The training aimed at supporting staff to be professional in their daily operations to provide quality services to persons of concern & host communities

New Job Opportunities are available at Windle International Uganda.
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https://windleuganda.org/careers/

Call him Edgar the tailor! A WIU beneficiary under the VTC Program. He switched from welding to tailoring. Despite being in school, he is able to contribute to his family's daily meals "I don't know where we would be without this vocational skill"
https://windleuganda.org/call-me-edgar-the-tailor/

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