By Peter Masereka,
More than 60 human trafficking and modern slavery survivors in the Arab world, majority Ugandans from Kasese, have been rescued and rehabilitated this year, the Sisters of the Holy Cross under the Justice and Peace Ministry department have revealed.
Speaking to this radio during a two days’ training for the survivors in Katholhu and Nyakiyumbu sub counties in Kasese district yesterday, the Program’s Director, Rev. Sr. Semeritah Mbambu said those rescued mainly from the areas of Kisinga, Bwera, Kyalhumba and Kasese Municipality in Kasese district, have been counseled and skilled after successful intervention to have them back home by organization.
Sr. Semeritah speaking …..
St. Michael Divine Mercy Shrine Kabuyiri spiritual director and a facilitator at the training, Rev. Fr. Joachim Kihembo encouraged the youth to utilize the available avenues for money in what he called the resource rich Uganda than choosing to facilitate their suffering in the torturing Arab world. Fr. Kihembo speaking …..
Some of the survivors who narrated their sad stories, advised the youth to focus on the available resource avenues back in Uganda than the jobs in the Arab world they say are a mere sources of suffering and death traps. Some of the survivors speaking..…..
The Director for Caritas-Kasese, Rev. Fr. Anyasio Mbusa asked the survivors to turn the suffering they went through abroad to reshape their living conditions, including knowing the love in Christ. END