In November 2016, the URI Southeast Asia and the Pacific (SEAPac) regional leadership team gathered in Siem Reap, Cambodia to exchange ideas and best practices and improve URI’s work in their home countries.
Karambi Group of People with Disabilities, a URI member group in Kasese, Uganda, is implementing an Agribusiness project to train women with disabilities in modern agriculture methods and business management.
For the first time, thanks to Grammy-nominated music legend Pato Banton and the generosity of URI musical artists from across the globe, URI's incredible diversity is being celebrated in the form of an album of 30 songs.
The participants were Muslim, Druze, Christian, and Jewish women who had lost sons and husbands to religiously-motivated violence. Most had never celebrated the holiday before and were thrilled by the new experience.