The activities of rebels in northern Uganda are "terrorism of the worst kind anywhere in the world", UN humanitarian affairs chief Jan Egeland has said.
Security must be improved in the region where Lord's Resistance Army rebels abduct children and carry out attacks, he said while visiting Pader district.
Mr Egeland urged the Ugandan government and international community to do more to end the humanitarian crisis.
Almost two million people have been displaced during 20 years of civil war. Full report (BBC) 1 Apr 2006.