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Instagram Image by Nacho Arrieta (@nacho__arrieta) with caption : "Half smile by a #refugee child at BidiBidi Refugee Settlement, Uganda. It was great to interact and play with this kids." at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1694941415140628121
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Half smile by a child at BidiBidi Refugee Settlement, Uganda. It was great to interact and play with this kids.

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ADVICE TO THE LADIES: THIS IS HOW MEN CHOOSE THE WOMAN TO MARRY 1. Whenever you visits yo" at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1693653345540388570
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Piece of advice  Go to Home ADVICE TO THE LADIES: THIS IS HOW MEN CHOOSE THE WOMAN TO MARRY 1. Whenever you visits your boyfriend and you finds a pile of dirty clothes and utensils, don’t think that he is lazy, dirty and careless. He is simply testing if you can take the initiative of cleaning the environment around you so be careful. 2. When you go to his house he starts calling that’s lady who comes once in a week so that she came wash the clothes and clean the house for a fee. Don’t think he cares so much. He is just testing if you could say” Ooh baby leave her alone I will wash the clothes for you My Love!!!” 3. If you find that he has done a huge shopping for things like, cooking oil, rice, maize flour and many other household items, then he asks you to accompany him to have dinner at a nearby restaurant. He is simply testing to know if you could simply say” No baby just wait a little let’s just cook and eat here please” (My dear you are in Examination HALL) 4. You find him cooking and doing all the cleaning alone, and you just sit there watching your movies and when you suggest that you help him then he simply says that you continue with your movies he almost finished.(My dear your days are numbered) Men wants a woman who insists but they will not tell you that. 5. Have you by any chance asked your boyfriend to accompany you to church? And when he said no or gave a false excuse what did you do? Remember my dear lady even drunkard or alcoholic men love a woman who insists they go church they will not simply tell you. Not every time you think of night clubs and discos. Take care. 6. Make sure when you visit him you buy things like onions, tomatoes, table salts and many others. This shows a sense of responsibility and self reliance. Men find it difficult to buy things and many of the girls nowadays the first thing they ask when they enter the house is (“Baby do you have a smart-phone charger?”) 7. Try to carry even CD of gospel songs not every time Eminem, Lil Wayne and what

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Instagram Image by Andrea Gabriele (@andrea__gabriele) with caption : "On the way to Bidibidi in Uganda, the world biggest refugee camp across the SouthSudan border, reaching out for life, tr" at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1692977656948057849
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On the way to Bidibidi in Uganda, the world biggest refugee camp across the SouthSudan border, reaching out for life, trying to leave behind something that is not. While you can learn that trying to smile can mean also starting to forget about surviving.

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Instagram Image by Jjumba Martin (@jjumbamartin) with caption : "10 year-old Jamal Hussein is currently living in Bidibidi refugee camp. That’s where his creativity comes to play, makin" at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1692662824025654839
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10 year-old Jamal Hussein is currently living in Bidibidi refugee camp. That’s where his creativity comes to play, making toys out of sticks. Met him randomly just over a month ago. He is from South Sudan. . . . . . . . . . My name is Jjumba Martin, a freelance documentary photographer, born, raised and based in Kampala, Uganda. I have been documenting everyday lives of people in East Africa for 6 years now. Feel free to contact me for assignments anywhere on this planet. Checkout my website too at www.jjumbamartin.com

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Instagram Image by Hope Youth Group (@thehopeyouthgroup) with caption : "We are for peace in africa" at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1692262902683420431
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We are for peace in africa

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Instagram Image by OdurArt uganda™ (@odurart_uganda) with caption : "I took this photo in bidibidi refugee settlement and all this kid had was hope but as @gnlzambagram says in one of his s" at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1691680316820705990
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I took this photo in bidibidi refugee settlement and all this kid had was hope but as @gnlzambagram says in one of his spoken word poetry.. "The kids make plans when they are pensive... How else do you achieve when hope is expensive??" I just wonder ... Because there is always pain in silence until you speak and you get to know the pain a person is going through @gnlzambagram

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What field work truly calls for

Instagram Image by fly sonia (@phionasonia) with caption : "Back to work with ma brother from another mother" at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1689753667093979968
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Back to work with ma brother from another mother

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Instagram Image by Nacho Arrieta (@nacho__arrieta) with caption : "This girl was around when I visited the little hospital where my sister @upotriciak  works for #MSF at the #bidibidi #re" at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1687745296623048861
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This girl was around when I visited the little hospital where my sister @upotriciak works for at the settlement. I did not know her name, but is mostly sure she is a refugee. She had a sister on the hospital and she spent most of the time playing around. The very caring personnel at the hospital gave her an inflated inspection glove. This is a somehow sad that perfectly reflects the though conditions that this displaced people experience on a daily basis.

Instagram Image by JEPPE (@jeppeschilder) with caption : "May2017 - Bidibidi refugee settlement, Uganda. Vincent and his older brother John are orphans. Their father passed away " at Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Northern Uganda - 1686903452271526945
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May2017 - Bidibidi refugee settlement, Uganda. Vincent and his older brother John are orphans. Their father passed away in 2013; their mother was shot in front of them in the war. They sought refuge at an uncle’s house but weren’t safe there either. "Rebels attacked us,” remembers Vincent. “They shot at everything and everyone. Together with my brother I managed to get away. When we returned later, we found my aunt and nephews were murdered. Where my uncle is - and if he still lives - I don’t know." The brothers fled to Uganda. After days of walking a car stopped on the side of the road. They asked the driver for help but he refused. The 70 South Sudanese pounds they had on them is not enough to take the two of them. Only one of them is allowed to go to the border. "My brother said I had to get in, but I didn’t want to. I wanted us to stay together." The car continued on without them. The long journey caused Vincent's feet to be swollen and painful and John decided to carry his little brother on his back. They reached Bidibidi settlement in northern Uganda and were housed with a foster father. They are safe, but Vincent is still scared. He thinks about the war often and misses his home in South Sudan. "I miss the food we ate. At home we had a large garden with pineapples, chickens and lemons. Here we only eat beans. Sometimes there is not enough and we go to bed hungry."