Videos

PEACE Project

The PEACE Project is funded by ADRA Norway and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Uganda

In & Out School Report

In & Out of School Report from SCALE Project and recommends to government to come up with affirmative action before opening of schools.

Batwa: Conservation Refugees

The Batwa people are one of the oldest surviving Indigenous tribes in Africa. They live high in the mountain forests, straddling several East African countries. The Batwa are now also called conservation refugees, as governments scramble to cope with the pressures of population growth and climate change. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from western Uganda.

https://pbs.org/newshour/show/ugandas-batwa-tribe-considered-conservation-refugees-see-little-government-support

ADRA with the Batwa

Thank you ADRA Sverige, ADRA Österreich and ADRA International for your continued support to the Batwa people.

lauragrb.atavist.com/batwafinal

Food Security Project

ADRA in partnership with Uganda Union of Seventh-day Adventist Church  have embarked on a mission to fight Covid-19 Food Insecurities by Equipping Women, men, and youth with knowledge of Climate Smart Vegetable production intervention in order to address the immediate nutrition needs of various communities 

ADRA Sabbath Special Music

Music and Dance Performance by Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement Students

PEACE Project

PEACE Project in Yumbe

Living with HIV/AIDS

The Batwa people living in Kisoro District have asked the government to relocate them back to the forest, saying they had been neglected by the same government that removed them from their ancestral settlement with promises to better their lives.

REAP Project

Project overview of the REAP Project as funded by the Latter-day Saints Charities

REAL Project

End-line report of the REAL Project as funded by Canada’s IHA 

Bahati's Journey

Contextual overview of ADRA’s Shelter Project in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement, funded by ADRA Denmark and ADRA Sweden (Private Partnership Initiative).

The Purpose of Prophecy

COVID-19 and the United States of America’s political situation have enhanced and increased discussions about prophecy on social media. 

ADRA-IRCU Pastoral Letter Launch as Reported by NTV

As the country continues to battle the effects of COVID-19, the religious leaders are making an effort to minimize the effects of the pandemic on the social fabric of the country.

ADRA-IRCU Launch of Pastoral Letters in Karamoja by UBC

As broadcasted by UBC on 30 November 2020.

Tenure in Transition

The mystery of protecting customary land rights in Karamoja. In partnership with Karamoja Development Forum, ADRA Denmark with funding from Danida.

Lady Comfort Peace: Let's Protect Ourselves from Coronavirus

Lady Comfort Peace is a Karamajong from the District of Kaabong. She is passionate about getting women involved in eco-tourism in the Karamoja region, as she hopes that they can benefit from tourists travelling to Kidepo National Game Park. She was the former Miss Karamoja Culture in the 2017 Karamoja Annual Cultural Event.

Refugees Seek Survival

Bidibidi Refugee Settlement is among the biggest refugee settlements in the land housing hundreds of thousands of refugees mainly from South Sudan. The effects of Covid-19 have equally affected some in the settlement hence forcing them to find alternative means of survival. 

World Refugee Sabbath Sermon

Dr Matte Daniel, Archbishop of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and ADRA Uganda Board Chairperson, shares a message of peace, compassion and love.

The Karamoja Conflict

Security has yet again eluded Karamoja, home to a million agro-pastoralists with the resurgence of one of Uganda’s highly politicised conflicts – its armed cattle rustling. Known as one of the poorest and least developed in the country, a re-emergence of armed cattle rustling threatens to further complicate the jigsaw puzzle.

Agataliikonfuufu

oluvannyuma lw’abasomesa okukosebwa omuggalo gwa covid-19 waliwo betusanze e yumbe nga bbo baasalawo okwenyigira mu by’obulimi era kati byebakola bitandise okutinta.

Psalm 34:8

Since 1993, ADRA has been with the Batwa when they were displaced*. In consultation with the Batwa leaders, ADRA provided goats 🐐 to help the community with their livelihood.

*https://lauragrb.atavist.com/batwafinal

ADRA Report on UBS

ADRA report from Karamoja.

How ADRA & WFP Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19 in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement

A short presentation on how ADRA and WFP adjusted their food assistance operations to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement.

General Food Assistances Project 2018–2019 (WFP—ADRA Partnership)

WFP, in partnership with ADRA, provides food assistance to more than 70,000 refugees in Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement.

How the Church Can Live Her Mission During the COVID-19 Pandemic

ADRA Uganda Country Director’s Sabbath Sermon/Message—April 25, 2020 

How Faith Can Help You Cope with the Impact of Coronavirus

ADRA Uganda Country Director’s Sabbath Sermon/Message—April 4, 2020

Livelihoods, Food Security, WASH and Protection Project in West Nile

ADRA Project in West Nile. Funded by Sida through Swedish Mission Council and ADRA Sweden

Rachel's Journey

ADRA Health Project in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement. Funded by ADRA International; Latter-day Saints Church Charities  and Office of the Prime Minister of Uganda

Judith's Journey

Education Project, funded by the Latter-day Saints Church.

Janvier's Journey

General Food Distribution Project, funded by the United Nations World Food Program and ADRA.

Regina's Journey

ADRA Health Project in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement. Funded by ADRA International; Latter-day Saints Church Charities and Office of the Prime Minister of Uganda.

ADRA Fair Child Project

Funded by ADRA Denmark

ADRA "REAP" Project in Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement

In Partnership with Latter-day Saints Charities, Office of the Prime Minister of Uganda and UNHCR

Alcohol Reduction in Agago

Funded by ADRA Sweden

Sewing Machines

In partnership with ADRA Sweden

Safe Lives at Birth Assessment, Kamion Health Center II

Funded by ADRA Netherlands

Water Commissioning in Bidibidi

In partnership with ADRA Canada

ADRA Boosts Development in Kaabong through VSLAs

In partnership with ADRA Denmark

Kokoria's Women's Group

In partnership with ADRA Denmark

School Feeding Program

In partnership with ADRA Sweden

Peacebuilding in Karamoja

In partnership with ADRA Denmark

ADRA in Bidibidi

In partnership with ADRA Sweden & ADRA Canada

ADRA in West Nile

In partnership with ADRA Canada & ADRA Sweden

ADRA Uganda ANN Report

As reported in Adventist News Network

Paddy's Pad

ADRA staff at Bidbidi Basecamp

The Batwa Story

In partnership with ADRA Sweden

IKEA's Shelters

In partnership with ADRA Sweden

Seeds of Hope

In partnership with ADRA Canada & ADRA Netwrok

Help Girls Stay in School

In partnership with ADRA Canada & ADRA Network

Needs Assessment in Adjumani

ADRA Uganda visits South Sudanese refugee transit centre

Finding Happiness

In this video, Pastor Charles Aguilar (our own BC Conference Missionary in Uganda, Africa) presents an amazing and heart-breaking story related to the influx of over 300,000 South Sudanese people to Uganda. Charles as the ADRA International (country Director) was one of the first on the ground to help and provide for the needs of those refugees. During the interview process while dealing with them, he was shocked with the response that he received from some young refugees’ ladies when he asked them about their greatest need. We are certain that your heart will be blessed when you watch this video!

SMC Education Project

In partnership with ADRA Sweden & Swedish Mission Council

ADRA M&E for EM#16-48

ADRA Work in Bidibidi Zone 2

Phillip's New Home

ADRA’s needs assessment for the South Sudanese refugee influx in West Nile

Water is Life

ADRA’s needs assessment for the South Sudanese refugee influx in West Nile

PAMOJA Women's Group

ADRA M&E for Action for Social Change Programme in Abim

Every Child. Everywhere.

Education campaign. African clips filmed in Uganda.

REAP Project

In partnership with Latter-day Saints Charities