Uganda Content Archive

Uganda: Overview

July 21, 2009 - Starting Over

April 02, 2009 - From Our Home To Yours

March 5, 2008 - Climber and Humanitarian Embarks on Journey to Climb Seven Summits to Support Women in Africa

November 29, 2007 - HIV Prevention and Treatment that Targets Youth in Uganda

November 26, 2007 - Critical Moment For Uganda

VIDEO October 19, 2007- International Medical Corps - Art Therapy

October 12, 2007 - A Pioneering Program Helps Children Grow Healthier, Stronger, and Smarter

September 13, 2007 - Voices of Uganda: A Cross-Cultural Experience

June 19, 2007 - Through the Eyes of Children: Refugee Life in Pictures

May 16, 2007 - Young Ugandan Refugees Capture Camp Life in National Geographic-International Medical Corps Photo Exhibit

April 27, 2007 - Drama King: International Medical Corps Staffer Finds a Fresh way to Deliver a Familiar Message

March 15, 2007 - The other side of the lens

March 08, 2007 - Sharon’s Story as told to Jennifer Naiboka, International Medical Corps Uganda Communications Officer

January 14, 2007 - Local Plumpy’nut production brings hope to Uganda families

December 19, 2006 - Question & Answer: the Crisis in Northern Uganda

December 19, 2006 - Peace talks offer hope for northern Uganda, but crisis is far from over

December 10, 2006 - Kitgum camps full of hope despite tough conditions

November 20, 2006 - In Uganda with Margaret Aguirre

November 20, 2006 - International Medical Corps Makes New Commitment to Provide Mental Health Services In Conflict-Affected Regions 

November 19, 2006 - Dramatic enactments break language barriers

November 19, 2006 - International Medical Corps educates and empowers Ugandan refugees and local communities to fight sexual violence

Through the eyes of children
Life as a refugee in Uganda

Uganda Photo Camp
Through the Eyes of Children: Life as a Refugee in Uganda

Art Therapy Programs:
helping through photography and art.


For 30 years, International Medical Corps has worked to relieve the suffering of those impacted by war, natural disaster and disease by delivering vital health care services that focus on training, helping devastated populations return to self-reliance.