This brief is based on a study titled “A Qualitative Study of Risks and Protective Factors for Violence against Children living in Residential Care Institutions
In the wake of Government’s recent launch of the Situation Analysis of Children in Uganda (2015), the national child-focused policy research agenda aims to stimulate a new wave of evidence to inform policy dialogue and programme design, while complementing ongoing research and advocacy efforts.
With more than 56% of the population below 18 years of age and over 78% under the age of 35, Uganda’s vision of becoming a middle-income country by 2040 remains highly contingent on the Government’s ability to safeguard its children’s right to contribute to national development.
The brief is based on a study titled “Window on the World of Violence Against Children Outside of Family Care in Uganda: Pushing the Limits
Policy Brief – Addressing the health needs of street children affected by sexual violence in Kampala.
This brief describes the health needs of street children arising from sexual violence experienced while living on the street. The brief is based on a
This brief identifies how children can be protected from harmful parenting practices in Uganda. It is based on a qualitative survey conducted in three districts