A team of investigators of the World Food Programme, the United Nations body responsible for distributing food relief, have arrived in the country to investigate allegations of abuse of the programme, sources have told the Daily Monitor newspaper.
Refugee Scam - Uncertainty Hangs Over UNHCR Chief's Job
Monitor, 11 February 2018
Speculation is mounting within different circles that the top UN refugee boss in Uganda will be or has been recalled back to Geneva, Switzerland, as part of the ongoing probe into… Read more »
Children share food at Nakivale Refugee Camp in the Isingiro district (file photo).
Refugee Scandal - the Inside Story
Monitor, 10 February 2018
Panic has gripped every office that has a role in managing the refugee situation in Uganda. Read more »
Refugee Scandal - Top UN Investigators Arrive
Monitor, 7 February 2018
A team of investigators of the World Food Programme (WFP), the United Nations body responsible for distributing food relief, arrived in the country on Monday, sources have told… Read more »
Refugee Scandal - Permanent Secretary Takes Leave Before Suspendions
Monitor, 8 February 2018
Ms Christine Guwatudde Kintu, the permanent secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), has taken annual leave and delegated the interdiction of the embattled Commissioner… Read more »
Refugee Scandal - Prime Minister's Office Suspends 4 Officials
Monitor, 6 February 2018
The Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees, Mr Hillary Onek, has directed the Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Ms Christine Guwatudde… Read more »
OPM Hit By Refugee Corruption Scandal
Monitor, 5 February 2018
The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) has been hit by a scandal of abuse of funds for refugees, and the UN and other major donors have asked the government to take action on the… Read more »
Uganda is struggling to secure the help it needs to care for those forced across the border from South Sudan by war and hunger. Read more »
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