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SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN: ORGANIZATIONS FORM JOINT FORCE

Child rights organizations are to form a joint force to deal with the increasing cases of sexual exploitation of children on and off line.

A RAY OF HOPE AS BLIND GIRL IS ADMITTED TO START SCHOOL.

High Sound for children Uganda has partnered with the school of the Blind in Jjinja to have Amina Nabagesera, the five years old blind girl admitted to start school next year.

CHILDREN NEED MORE PROTECTION

Uganda Youth Development Link has called for more action to protect children.

Suspected Child molester sent back to Luzira

Bernhard Glaser, the suspected German Pedophile and director of the Psycho Social Humanitarian Center at Mwena Landing site in Kalangala town council has opted for plea bargaining.

STUDENT KILLED IN KIGEZI FIGHT

One student has been killed in a fight between students of Kigezi High School and Nyabikono Secondary school.

SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN ATTRIBUTED TO TOURISM AND INTERNET

A report released by Uganda youth development link attributes the increase in underage sexual exploitation to the increasing number of tourists in the country coupled with increased internet access .

SIX DIE IN FRESH BUDUUDA LAND SLIDES, 4 ARE CHILDREN

Six people have perished in fresh Buduuda landslides. Four of the dead are children, two of which are below the age of five.

THREE MORE ORPHANAGES TO RETURN CHILDREN TO SAFE AND LOVING HOMES

Child I Foundation, a child rights organization has signed an agreement with the Catholic Kampala archdiocese to work with three orphanages in Kampala and Mpigi to return children to safe and loving homes.

STREET CHILD KNOCKED ON CITY ROAD

Police is hunting for a taxi driver who knocked a Karamojong girl living on the streets.

FRESH KID WILL NOT DROP HIS MUSIC CAREER

Patrick Ssenyonjo, popularly known by his stage name Fresh Kid has started school at Kampala parents with a promise from the school to help him balance his school and music career.

UGANDA OUTLAWS CORPORAL PURNISHMENT IN NEW LAW PASSED

The parliament in Uganda has finally passed the Children Act Amendment bill 2015 outlawing corporal punishment in schools, homes and community.

MOTHER ABANDONS GIRL WITH ADVANCED CANCER

Children always feel safe with their parents especially their mothers. It is however a different story for Amina Nabagesera who is blind with advanced cancer.