AYINET Scales up Medical and Psycho-Social Rehabilitation for War Victims in the Greater Northern Uganda
- Strengthening the right to health and life of 1,200 victims of serious crimes, reducing their vulnerability hence resulting in significantly improved quality of life for them and their households.
- Improving coping and resilience for the victims so as to facilitate more effective participation in the Transitional Justice processes.
- Fostering a broader understanding of the conflict in the greater northern region through documentation of the impact of armed violence on people’s physical and mental health.
- Treating the victims of physical and mental violence with dignity and respect in documenting their stories, which form an important part of a historical understanding and record in Uganda’s history.
- Ensuring “Do-No-Harm” Transitional Justice processes as a result of quality and consistent psycho-social support by the well-trained counselors and medical officers.