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10:07
10:07

Moroto Children Petition Council Over Violence At School save the children 1 2

In their petition, children note that they have failed to access essentials of living like food at school, limited access to scholastic materials while issues of child marriage among others are practiced in the presence of Moroto district leadership.
18:28
18:28

National Armies Advised to Offer Child Protection Training conflicts 1 1

Anthony Njoroge; a programs director with Save the Children says the courses would equip officers and men in Peace Support Operations PSOs with skills on how to handle children in war-torn areas.
16:58
16:58

Children at Risk as Funding for Refugee Response Dwindles save the children

Uganda currently hosts about 810,000 refugees from South Sudan, 58 percent of who are children. Within the existing refugee settlements and their host communities, the unprecedented influx is outstripping the available resources and capacity of government and partner organizations to appropriately respond.
10:53
10:53

Rethink Plan to Phase-out Health Centre IIs –MPs to Govt save the children 1 4

Health Centre IIs provide the first level of interaction between the formal health sector and communities.
07:50
07:50

'Every Last Child' Campaign Brings Hope to Vulnerable Children save the children 1 5

Through the 3-year campaign, government is urged to consider the needs of vulnerable children in budgeting processes, in resource allocation. This will give them equal opportunity to survive and benefit from access to healthcare and education regardless of where they live.
12:12
12:12

UPDF Unveils Child Rights Protection Training for Officers save the children 1 2

Col Charles Wacha Angullo, the UPDF Director for Human Rights told Uganda Radio Network that the training will instill the understanding and respect for childrens rights protection among the UPDF officers across the country. He adds that the training is intended to mold UPDF into an army that can protect and defend childrens rights in the country and elsewhere in the world.
17:16
17:16

Bundibugyo Schools Yet To Open unicef

Five schools in Bundibugyo district which were closed to accommodate refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo are yet to open.
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