Development Response to Displacement Impacts Project
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About Development Response to Displacement Impacts Project (DRDIP)

What is DRDIP

DRDIP stands for the Development Response to Displacement impacts Project. It is a Government Project under the Office of the Prime Minister that provides development and direct income support to vulnerable nationals and refugees within refugee hosting districts in Uganda.

Development Objective

The Development Objective of DRDIP is to improve access to basic social services, expand economic opportunities and enhance environmental management in refugee hosting districts.

DRDIP Target Districts

DRDIP target districts include; Arua, Terego, Madi-Okollo, Moyo, Obongi, Yumbe, Koboko and Adjumani in the West Nile Sub-region, Lamwo in the Acholi sub-region, Hoima, Kikuube and Kiryandongo in the Bunyoro sub-region and Isingiro, Kyegegwa, Kamwenge, in the South-Western and South region of Uganda

How is DRDIP implemented

The Office of the Prime Minster (OPM) has overall responsibility for implementing and accounting for project funds and coordinating activities under all project components. The OPM Permanent Secretary is assisted by a Project Implementation Support Team (PIST). The implementation of the project is mainstreamed into existing government structures at national and local government levels
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