Disability Inclusion

Disability Inclusion Depending on the source, it is estimated that there are between 93 and 150 million children in the world living with at least one form of disability Almost nine out of ten children living with disabilities in developing countries do not attend school. Child mortality among children with disabilities can be no less [...]

Early Childhood Development Program

Early Childhood Development Program Childhood is a period of intense brain development. The capabilities that children develop during this period of growth lay the foundation for school achievement, economic self-sufficiency, responsible adult behaviour and lifelong health. As a result, the experiences in childhood have lifelong consequences. SAF believes that the ECD approach being taken at [...]

Child Protection And Rights

Child Protection And Rights In Uganda there has been an increasing and worrying trend of cases that promote violence against children. According to the Ugandan Annual Crime and Traffic/Road Safety Report 2019, Defilement still poses a big problem whereas there was a decrease in defilement cases by 11.4% from 2018, a total of 13,682 children [...]

Health, Water And Sanitation

Health, Water And Sanitation Early childhood diarrhoea is not only deadly; it also contributes to Uganda’s high levels of stunting, which in turn affects children’s cognitive development and performance at school. In school, lack of proper sanitation facilities also leads to high absenteeism and dropouts, especially for adolescent girls. Empowered Children, transformed communities. DONATE NOW

Culture, Art And Sports For Social Change

Culture, Art And Sports For Social Change All cultures throughout history have produced some form of Art. The impulse to create, to realize form and order is universal and perpetual. Every work of Art or Literature has dual aspects: it is a present experience, and a record of the past. As such it is valued, [...]

Food Security And Nutrition

Food Security And Nutrition Despite the fact that about 80% of the Ugandan population is dedicated to agriculture, the country is still unable to guarantee the food security for the entire population. Malnutrition has actually increased in this decade while per capita agricultural production has decreased, the causes are known and shared by all stakeholders. [...]

Adolescent Girls & Young Women (AGYW)

Adolescent Girls & Young Women (AGYW) The proportion of young people (15-29 years) not in education, employment (including self-employment) or training (NEET) in Uganda as per 2015 data stands at 19 per cent for adolescent girls and young women, three times the percentages for adolescent boys and young men (which stands at 6.9 per cent). [...]
Go Back to Top