News & Events

The Reality of Spina Bifida in Uganda's Children

Experts explain that spina bifida is a neural tube defect, a birth disorder that occurs when there are problems with the spine, spinal cord, and surrounding nerves.

Emotional Violence Has Far-Reaching Effects on Children

Children have spoken out about the emotional violence inflicted on them, revealing the deep impact of such abuse.

Day of the African Child: Education not yet accessible to all.

In the heart of Africa lies Uganda, a nation rich in culture, history, and potential. Its rolling green landscapes and bustling cities are home to millions of children, each one brimming with dreams and aspirations.

Government Should Adopt Media Literacy as a Tool for Child Protection

High Sound children has appealed to the government to adopt media literacy as a tool, among others, in the fight against child abuse. The child rights organization believes this will be crucial in empowering children to speak out against any infringement on their rights.

International Day to End Corporal punishment: Children share thoughts

Today Uganda joined the rest of the world to commemorate the International Day to End Corporal Punishment, observed annually on April 30th.

Parents cautioned: Be Vigilant Against Exposing Children to Inappropriate Phone Content.

Parents and guardians should be cautious about the content they store on their phones and other gadgets, because it can influence children's moral development.

ABSA KH3-7 Hills Run: Deputy Speaker Emphasizes the Importance of Girl Child Education

The second edition of the ABSA KH3-7 Hills Run was successfully held on Sunday, March 17th, with Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Thomas Tayebwa, flagging off various participants. The theme for this year was the promotion of Girl Child Education.

UCRNN Education working group lays strategies to prevent Corporal Punishment in Schools

Child Rights activists from the Uganda Child Rights NGO Network Education working group convened today to discuss ways of strengthening the positive discipline coalition and providing alternatives to end corporal punishment in schools.

ABSA Bank dedicates 2024 seven hills run to educating girls.

The organizers of the second edition of the Kampala Hash House Harriers 7 Hills Run have once again pledged to dedicate the proceeds towards supporting the education of girl children in Uganda.

High Sound for Children Media Club pioneer shines in UCE

Joshua is a trailblazing member of the High Sound for children  Media Club, having joined during his primary school years and steadfastly committed ever since.

Uganda urged to double efforts for child protection.

The African Committee of Experts on the Right and Welfare of the Child (ACERWC) urges Uganda to double its efforts to address challenges that children continue to face in order to ensure a progressive future of the country.

High Sound for Children engages the community under Break the Silence Project

High Sound for children and Proqvi, a Swedish based organization with support from the Swedish institute held a community dialogue for all leaders in Kawempe Division, a Kampala Suburb.