Training with the RWENYOPA group in Ntoroko - 25th October 2016

RFPJ conducted a training on alternatives to violence practices (AVP) More »

Students\\\' Entertainment at the Coronation Jubilee in Kasese, 19th October 2016

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Training in Karangura Sub County, 13th October 2016

Participants raising hands for Peace More »

International Peace Day Celebration in Bundibugyo - 21st September 2016

The Minister of Disaster Preparedness and Refugees is greeting RFPJ More »

International Peace Day Celebration in Bundibugyo - 21st September 2016

An elder celebrating the International Day of Peace More »

Cultural dance entertainment at the Peace Camp in Kasese - 17th September 2016 More »

Soccer Team at the Peace Camp in Kasese - 17th September 2016

Sport activities unite Youth from different districts of the Rwenzori Region More »

Youth discussing at the Peace Camp in Kasese - 18th September 2016 More »

NDI and UNGOF Meeting in Kampala, 22nd May 2016 More »

 

Use of violent means is a recipe for disaster in the Rwenzori Region

This article elaborates on major pre and post 2014 schemes of violence that have characterized the Rwenzori region. In this elaboration, the article describes the nature of these different schemes, detailing the mode of fighting, tools used, actors involved and the costs these schemes have inflicted on the region. Lastly, the article appreciates existing tendencies

Brief from RFPJ on emerging issues in the Rwenzori Region. What is at stake (December 1st, 2016)

On November 24th, 2016, Uganda’s military moved fast to demolish a camp that had been established allegedly by some subversive sections of Bakonzo youth in Kamabale village in Karangura Sub County in Kabarole district.  This sub county is located on the slopes of Mt. Rwenzori that separates Uganda from the fragile Democratic Republic of Congo