By Caroline Lamwaka and Justin Moro THE Government has built primary schools, health centres and repaired boreholes in parishes as a step towards decongesting the camps in Gulu. The Gulu LC5 chairman, Lt. Col. Walter Ochora, told a Uganda-Sudan religious leadersâ€™ consultative meeting recently that the decongestation programme would take three months. Briefing participants on the situation of the internally displaced people, Ochora said, â€œThe decongestion programme is expected to start soon. â€œWe have given proposals to donors, we are meeting to handle the reports.â€ He said a report on the camps was recently presented to President Yoweri Museveni. â€œPeople have been brought to the camps in an adhoc way, but we donâ€™t want to send them the same way,â€ he said. The Gulu Resident District Commissioner, Musa Ecweru, said people in the settlement camps were more vulnerable to rape and abduction.