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LRA Decades on Uganda is still feeling the effects of the LRA conflict

Present day Uganda is shaped by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) insurgency. Many of the hardships that the people of Uganda experience exist because of the LRA rebels. Our partners in Uganda support those who are living in poverty, as well as orphans and internally displaced people, many of whom became this way because of […]

Children at school in Uganda Only 33% of children in Uganda complete primary school

The Ugandan government claimed to introduce Universal Primary Education in 1997, but recent reports state otherwise. In 2000, leaders around the world sanctioned a list of goals that would be achieved by 2015. They were called the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The second goal called for every child in the world to receive a full […]

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Celebrating our standout supporters who give their time or money (or both!)


De La Rue team training

We chose IRT because they stay and help people even after the cameras have left. The projects are for long term sustainability. IRT give people resources for life so that the work continues when the charity leaves.De La Rue from Basingstoke


Tim running Bath Half Marathon

I finished with a time of 1:43:16 which I was really really happy with. It was a pleasure to run it for such a good cause.Tim from Bath



IRT does a fantastic job supporting refugees, returnees and IDPs worldwide. It has been an absolute pleasure to work here!Chloe from London

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