World refugees’ day celebration at Kiziba camp on the 20th June 2018.Published on: 22/06/2018

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During this day,

Legal Aid Forum facilitated 43 couples to get legally married on this day and provided different gifts like (soaps and basins , etc. ) for each new married couple as a symbol of recognizing these people’ decision of getting legally married and encouraging the rest of the traditionally married refugee to take the similar decision.

Some of the photos.



Different couples getting legally married.

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