The CRRF specifies key elements for a comprehensive response to any large movement of refugees. These include rapid and well-supported reception and admissions; support for immediate and on-going needs; assistance for local and national institutions and communities receiving refugees; and expanded opportunities for solutions. The CRRF has informed the preparation of the proposed global compact on refugees, which has been included in the High Commissioner’s annual report to the General Assembly in 2018.
This document sets out examples of the progress that has been made since the adoption of the New York Declaration, both (a) in terms of the sustained attention that the Declaration and related processes have brought to refugee issues, and (b) in relation to each of the four objectives of the CRRF and the future global compact on refugees.
This national Education Response Plan (2018-2021) is designed to ensure that all refugee and host-community children and adolescents across Uganda have access to quality education at all levels. The plan will benefit over 675,000 children per year. The plan is a product of the concerted efforts of various stakeholders, including the Ministry of Education and Sports, donors, Civil Society Organizations and the United Nation Organizations, through the contribution of financial support, technical expertise and practical input.
Cette affiche donne un aperçu des principaux développements dans les pays africains qui appliquent des réponses globales pour les réfugiés.
17 Oct - 17 Oct 2018: Uganda CRRF Steering Group meeting