Posted by: APO | 16 March 2017

Red Cross steps up emergency water and sanitation for thousands more South Sudanese refugees in Uganda as influx continues

The Uganda Red Cross Society and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) are scaling up emergency water treatment and latrine construction in northern Uganda as thousands of refugees fleeing violence and hunger in South Sudan stream into the country daily. As of this week, a new Red Cross water treatment facility in Arua District started pumping over 400,000 litres… Read more on http://africa-newsroom.com/press/red-cross-steps-up-emergency-water-and-sanitation-for-thousands-more-south-sudanese-refugees-in-uganda-as-influx-continues?lang=en


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