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Ayuba Tada, a Nigerian refugee, serves his second year as a nursery gardener in one of 20 so-called 'green spaces' in and around the Minawao camp for Nigerian refugees. A five-year planting and harvest cycle of trees ensures wood to be used as firewood, vines for building of roofs, and a step in alleviating environmental impact in and around Minawao. Photo: LWF/Albin Hillert
14 Sep
Cameroon: Protect environment, create employment
Season of Creation, Diakonia, Climate, Livelihoods, livelihood, Women, women and girls, Refugees, Protection, Nigeria
14 Sep
The LWF has transformed a region around the Minawao refugee camp in the far North of Cameroon from a dusty desert to a young forest. At the same time, the LWF project improved the relationship...
A young South Sudanese refugee eats porridge in Northern Uganda. Photos:LWF/Uganda
24 Jan
Uganda: Life-saving interventions for babies and mothers
DWS Uganda, Women, Child Protection, Food Security, malnourished food insecure, food, livelihood, Livelihoods
24 Jan
Support to nursing mothers and their babies is one of the approaches that the LWF uses in Uganda to ensure nutritious diets and healthy lifestyles for both refugees and local communities, and...
Paul Sunday Odriga teaches students at at Duba Functional Adult Learning Centre in Adjumani district. Photos: LCCN
28 Sep
Supporting adult literacy in Uganda
Education, Uganda, Refugees, adults literacy, SDG, Poverty, livelihood, EU
28 Sep
LWF provides education and cash grants to refugees and hosts
Fisherman Kur Kuany in his boat. Photo: LWF South Sudan
18 Jun
Fishing instead of fighting
South Sudan, livelihood, development, emergency
18 Jun
Tools and market access for fishermen in war-torn South Sudan ...