Peace School, Adjumani, Uganda

PEACE built a school in a displaced person's camp, northern Uganda, so children can still get an education. 


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War in their homeland disrupted the education of many thousands of South Sudanese children. You can give those children an education - and hope -- by giving to PEACE International. PEACE constructed a school in a northern Uganda refugee camp called Olua 1.  Classrooms are packed and many more children wait for their chance. 

*Dateline July 2015:  PEACE director, Rosemary Khamati reported that she has scheduled a Christian Kenyan trainer to lead the first Trauma Healing Training in Adjumani from July 19-24. 

This training will bring together 20 church leaders from the two main warring tribes, Dinka and Nuer living in the refugee settlements in Adjumani. Our hope is to have four of these trainings by the end of the year. Hopefully, we will help them to get to a place where they will be open to forgiveness and reconciliation after the trauma training. That can only happen next year.

Meanwhile, the situation in South Sudan is not getting better and more and more people are seeking refuge in different places. (See this New York Times article shared by PEACE board member Ahuma Adodaodij.) 

Each training, which will consist of 20 participants, will cost about USD6,000 making a total of $24,000. Please pray for the Lord to provide for this urgent need.