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work for peace in northern Uganda. KM uses this e-newsletter to tell
others about its work, events, publications, and concerns. We will also
endeavor to monitor the statements and the actions of the main parties
to the conflict, the government of Uganda and the LRA/M, as well other
key parties with particular emphasis on developments related to or having
implications for the conflict in Northern Uganda. The e-newsletter is
intended to inform a wide range of organisations, networks, institutions
and individuals in Uganda and other parts of the world, with interest
in the conflict. We hope to reach, as many as we can, so feel free to
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May 2002 No 15
We are ever so eager to receive your e-newsletters. Thanks for the healing
Apio Eunice Otuko,
I read with delight the efforts to end the conflict in my motherland.
Please keep sending me and others at home in Uganda this informational
Name; ODONG LATEK STEPHEM AGE;23YRS
DESIGNATION: STUDENT AT MAKEREREUNIVERSITY
YOUTH ADVOCATE WITH UGANDA RED CROSS/SEC GEN. OF GULU YOUTH FOR
ADRESS;POBOX 517 GULU
Thank you very much for the information. This will go along in stored
in our peace documentation center.
Keep me posted.
Africa Peace Point
Thanks you very much
for this newsletter which is very informative of
current home issues.
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