The I’m Still Alive campaign aims to encourage refugees in Uganda to be aware of their human rights and learn to demand them through advocacy and non-violent activism.
Uganda is one of the friendliest countries to refugees worldwide. Guaranteeing that refugees are aware of their human rights and are empowered to defend them, is the best way to ensure their future and wellbeing. Furthermore, it give Uganda the international name it deserves for its great efforts to welcome and protect refugees.
In these two first videos of the campaign, Kulihoshi Musikami Pecos of the Foundation People for Peace and Defense of Human Rights, is telling about his inspirational work making a real change in the lives of refugees in Uganda.