Peace process improves humanitarian conditions in Northern Uganda – UN
"People are returning to their homes and re-establishing their livelihoods."
- Margareta Wahlstrom, UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator
Adjumani, Uganda - The peace process in Northern Uganda has fostered improved conditions for beleaguered civilians there, according to a senior United Nations official, who called for continued efforts to bring stability to the region which has been torn by a violent rebellion for some two decades.
Among other assurances that the situation is improving, there have been no civilian abductions since the start of the talks.