eVitabu - Morobi Refugee Camp, Uganda
Alex and Harriet Sokiri fled the civil war in South Sudan carrying nothing. See how a free app developed and launched by African Pastors Fellowship is helping them support their community living in Morobi refugee camp.
The app, called eVitabu which means ‘e-books’ in Swahili, contains an entire library of text, audio and video resources. With eVitabu, church and community leaders like Alex and Harriet are getting access to a library of contextualised training resources for the first time.
The resources on eVitabu have been provided by educational institutions, international development agencies, publishers and Christian leaders. Many resources are available in a range of languages used by Africans.
eVitabu has inspired Alex and Harriet to setup agriculture projects, community reconciliation and peace building initiatives, trauma counselling, group Bible study and a football club for disaffected young people growing up in the camp. With an entire library at their fingertips, Alex and Harriet are changing the lives of destitute refugees in their camp.
And eVitabu’s library is growing with new resources being added all the time. eVitabu is currently being used by more than 200 church and community leaders across ten African countries. African leaders can download eVitabu for free.
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