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10 Ugandan girls trafficked to Kenya daily: Government moves to tighten laws to deal with traffickers.

10 Ugandan girls are trafficked to Kenya daily while over 200 have been intercepted being trafficked to different destinations.

JOURNALISTS FROM EAST AFRICA FORM NETWORK ON CHILDREN

Journalists across the East Africa region have formed a Network that reports on Children.

3 children die in Kasese land slides

Three Children have perished in fresh landslides in Kasese district.

We are unstoppable- Girl Children Speak out

As the World marks the day of the girl child, High Sound for Children (HSC) today connected with Girl Children at Bright Way School in Bulenga.

UN passes resolution on Children without parental care

The United Nations general assembly has passed a resolution on children without parental care and alternative care.

Police rescues tortured child

Police in Najeera Wakiso District has rescued a child who was being tortured by a relative.

Fewer women and Children die- 2016 survey reveals

Uganda has registered slight progress in reducing child and maternal mortality.

Video: Mother arrested for torturing own daughter

Police in Mityana is holding a mother who has been torturing her daughter. She locked her inside the house and denied her food until neighbored reported the matter.

VIDEO: Time for Children to Speak- HSC explains campaign

High Sound for Children Team leader, Ms Hadijah Mwanje speaking at the launch of the Take Charge Campaign at Bright Way Primary school. HSC will hear from children next week in a Televised interaction.

UNICEF poll: More than a third of young people in 30 countries report being a victim of online bullying

One in three young people in 30 countries have been a victim of online bullying with one in five reporting having skipped school due to cyberbullying and violence This is contained in a new poll released by UNICEF and the UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) on Violence against Children.

CHILDREN WHO COMMIT PETTY OFFENCES TO BE REHABILITATED

The Uganda Police Force and UNICEF have launched Diversion Guidelines that allow children below 18 years who commit petty offences to be rehabilitated instead of being tried in court.