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Further, the study finds that third-party service providers and non-governmental organisations can play an important support role in reinforcing the resilience and capacity of male survivors to organise collectively.A health worker puts on protective gear as he prepares to screen travelers at the Mpondwe Health Screening Facility in the Ugandan border town of Mpondwe as they cross over from the Democratic Republic of Congo, on June 13, 2019.
The Ugandan Health Ministry reported shortly after that the boy succumbed to his infection the morning of June 12.These interventions supported local NGO partners and the Uganda Adult Education network (UGAADEN) with various adult literacy advocacy and implementation initiatives as well as non-formal skill training interventions.A DVV International country office was established in 2010 to play a coordination role and also support the EU funded project Skills Training and Non-formal Education for Poverty Reduction in Karamoja which was implemented from 2010-2014 in 3 districts of the Karamoja sub-region.In an urgent meeting over the situation, officials from Uganda and the DRC mutually decided to send the remaining family back to the DRC.That includes the 3-year-old boy with a confirmed case, as well as the mother, father, a 6-month-old sibling, and their maid.According to the Uganda National Household Survey (2009/2010), the adult illiteracy rate for the population aged 18 years and above is 29%.
It also reveals that 39% of women are illiterate, compared with 19% of men – almost double.
Health officials noted that the latter four family members are all considered “suspected cases.” With the infected 3-year-old back in the DRC, there are zero confirmed cases currently in Uganda, health officials said.
However, there are three people unrelated to the family who had contact with the deceased 5-year-old and are now considered suspected cases.
This report on Men of Hope’s ground-breaking activities emerges from our ongoing DFID-funded collaborative study with the Institute for Development Studies at the University of Sussex, and was written by Jerker Edström, Chris Dolan and Thea Shahrokh, with Onen David.
It explores one central question, namely: ‘’ The study finds that, despite pervasive discrimination, this group of male survivors has been able to develop resilience and mutual support through collective action.
North Kivu and Ituri sit on the eastern side of the country, bordering South Sudan, Uganda, and Rwanda.