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Violence Against Children In Schools In Uganda

Violence Against Children In Schools In Uganda

Plan Uganda in collaboration with Uganda Law Society, conducted a desk review on Violence against children. The review highlights the gaps within the legal structure and factors hindering effective implementation and enforcement by the various actors.


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 Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) Approach; Plan Uganda’s Experience

Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) Approach; Plan Uganda’s Experience

The cost for financial institutions to provide financial services to poor urban and rural areas is high. This publication reveals the need to support initiatives like Village Savings & Loan Associations (VSLAs) that enhance saving, economic security, business and financial management in order to improve household income.


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Good practices in Community-Led Total Sanitation

Good practices in Community-Led Total Sanitation

Over 9 million children under the age of 5 die annually largely due to preventable water, sanitation and hygiene-related diseases. This publication highlights how children’s quality start in life can be achieved when their parents prevent neglect and abuse by creating a safe environment both at home and in their communities.


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Enhacing women’s participation in decisions making

Enhacing women’s participation in decisions making

Most women are deprived of their right to make decision regarding their economic, social, cultural, legal, and reproductive well-being. This was a key rationale for this intervention. Plan and FIDA established a cadre of community volunteers to provide information and legal services to local residents and thus increase their access to justice.


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Taking on a 'cultural approach' to protect rights

Taking on a 'cultural approach' to protect rights

In most Ugandan communities, elders and clan leaders handle and resolve disputes. In Kamuli and Kampala districts,Plan and FIDA brought them on board to build their capacity in comprehending laws and human rights, for the benefits of the orphans and widows affected by HIV and AIDS.


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Promoting legal rights of people affected by HIV-AIDS

Promoting legal rights of people affected by HIV-AIDS

Those infected with HIV/AIDS experience innumerable social, economic, and legal injustices. This case study examines Plan Uganda’s programme experiences in protecting the rights of these marginalized people in Kawempe and Kamuli districts.


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Hope restored

Hope restored

Many people infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS do not have access quality treatment services. The PMTCT-Plus project aimed to better the lives of children and families affected by the disease in Tororo District by increasing access to, quality of, and awareness about PMTCT services.


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Adopting alternative dispute resolution methods

Adopting alternative dispute resolution methods

People who are directly or indirectly affected by HIV are vulnerable to having their rights abused. They are unaware of these rights and unable to seek redress. Alternative dispute resolution methodology involves resolving disputes without going to the courts of law to promote observance of rights and foster reconciliation.


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Mid-Term Evaluation Report on Youth Economic Empowerment Project (YEEP)

Mid-Term Evaluation Report on Youth Economic Empowerment Project (YEEP)

Plan Uganda, with its two implementing partners, (Bukedi Diocese, Tororo and Concern Parents Association-CPA) is managing a four year EC-funded project with the overall objective to increase decision-making and economic opportunities for marginalised youth in Lira (Barr Subcounty, Alebtong District in Aloi and Apala Sub-counties) and Tororo districts (Kwapa, Molo, Kisoko and Osukuru Sub-counties).


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