Who we are

    Relon Uganda is a Refugee Led Organisation network of Uganda that aims to strengthen the capacity of refugees to engage and respond to the challenges facing refugees and refugee led organizations. 

    The network was started by four organizations namely Young African Refugees for Integral Development (YARID), Hope of Children and Women Victims of Violence (HOCW), Hope of Refugee in Action (HRA) and Coburwas International Youth Organization to Transform Africa (CIYOTA).

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    Latest News

    Refugee leaders hail Uganda for its open door policy

    Hundreds of people including refugees and members of the host community re-echoed their commitment to solidarity with refugees and the urgent need for inclusive policies in Uganda.

    Electing the Urban RLOs Committee

    RELON Uganda held a meeting with leaders of RLOs operating in urban areas (Kampala City Council and Wakiso District) at Land Star Hotel, in Kampala. The meeting was to provide updates on planned and implemented activities, amongst RLOs with the aim of addressing the challenges faced by urban refugees.

    Refugee women in technology sharing their stories during a Focus Group Discussion in Kampala

    We celebrate the spirit and achievements of women through their organizations and businesses, we remember the importance of unity, support and empowerment. Let us re-affirm our commitment to support women who are driving impactful change in our communities and beyond.

    Help Relon Uganda support refugee families in crisis with a donation

    At RELON  Uganda, we believe that every person deserves safety, dignity, and the chance to rebuild their lives. We are a dedicated team committed to supporting refugees who have been forced to flee their homes due to conflict, persecution, and violence. Our mission is to provide them with the resources, assistance, and opportunities they need to thrive in their new communities.

    Visit our website donation page to make a secure online donation. Every contribution, no matter how small, makes a meaningful impact in the lives of refugees.