PAG engages in Emergency Relief whenever there is an emergency in its target communities. The communities where PAG provides social development services have undergone a series of disasters. Natural disasters and armed conflict inflict negative impact in the community, households and individuals. PAG started Community Development and Humanitarian work in 1992 to support communities affected by armed conflict and other community calamities.

The following are some of the emergency relief and rehabilitation interventions that PAG implemented successfully:

Food and Non-food items emergency relief distribution and rehabilitation support to people affected by armed conflict caused by Lord’s Resistance Army rebel incursion in Teso. This

Project targeted 3,000 households in Soroti, Kaberamaido, Katakwi, Amuria Ngora and Bukedea districts. The intervention was funded by the Canadian Food Grains Bank (CFGB), TEAR Australia, Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada and Christian Reformed World Relief Committee Food and Non-food items emergency relief distribution

and rehabilitation support to people affected by floods inTeso. This project targeted 11,000 households in Soroti, Kaberamaido, Katakwi, Amuria, Ngora and Bukedea districts. It was implemented through a consortium with Church of Uganda- Teso Diocesan Development Organization (TEDDO).This intervention was funded by the Canadian Food Grains Bank (CFGB), Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, Emergency Relief and Development Overseas (ERDO) and the Menonite Central Committee (MCC).

Food and Non-food items emergency relief distribution and rehabilitation support to people affected by drought in Teso. This project targeted 5,000 households in Soroti, Kaberamaido, Katakwi, Amuria, Ngora and Bukedea districts.It was implemented through a consortium with Church of Uganda- Teso Diocesan Development Organization (TEDDO).

This intervention was funded by the Canadian Food Grains Bank (CFGB) and Christian Reformed World Relief Committee. PAG also started intervening in Refugee response in Rhino Camp.

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