My name is Joshua Muraya and today I choose to write about my experience during the lockdown which has neither been the best nor the worst. It has affected people in both positive and negative ways, especially children.
If you asked any child to randomly name people they would turn to for protection, naturally, parents, teachers, and guardians would come top of that list.
However, according to a new report by Police, it has emerged that more children are being defiled by people expected to protect them, including their parents, guardians, and teachers.
At least 10 children were struck and killed by lightning during a heavy rainstorm in northwestern Uganda.
The incident took place when nine of the 10 children aged 13-15 took shelter in a hut after taking a break from a football match, when the lightning struck, killing them, according to the report.
Child rights organization, Child Fund will be able to reach out to more communities in its COVID-19 response program.
This is courtesy of a 129 million donation package from Standard Chartered Bank.
The money will go towards the ongoing response to COVID19 prevention for Kampala Metropolitan Area in the divisions of Rubaga, Makindye, Nakawa and parts of Wakiso district.
Hi, my name is Apio Joseline. lam 13 years old, l study at London College of St. Lawrence Schools and Colleges. I love to do so many things that some of you might already know but today, l would like to talk about Talent and children because it speaks to my heart.
I have read that during our lifetime as girls, we spend over 3000 days in our periods, yet menstruation is still enveloped in myths, misunderstandings, and stigma. Too many girls have little or no knowledge of their periods, and that has a significant impact on their lives.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has received US$4.4 million from the Government of Sweden to support Uganda’s COVID-19 humanitarian response and efforts towards the continued delivery of essential health services for pregnant and breastfeeding women, newborns, young children, and adolescents.
In commemoration of the Day of the African Child 2020, I was appointed by High Sound for Children (HSC) to take part in the digital media conference at zoom on behalf of my fellow children on 15th June, 2020.