Fighting Stigma in Uganda

Several studies show that stigma usually arises from lack of awareness, lack of education, lack of perception, and the nature and complications of the mental illness. The people who experience

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Fighting Discrimination

Discrimination takes the form of violence generated by prejudice and hatred founded upon a person’s race, ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation, gender, disability, age or other such factors, in Uganda,

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Child Support in Uganda

Uganda as it is in the fourth world countries many families are so poor that their children grow malnourished because they eat unbalanced food and not enough for their well

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Child Protection

Uganda’s children live in helpless conditions where most are orphans, homeless and they end up living on the streets of different towns. All these conditions force them to become child

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Female Genital Mutilation

In Uganda, female genital mutilation (FGM) or Female circumcision is practiced by a minority of the population, primarily the Sabiny (Sebei), Pokot, and Tepeth tribes, whose homes are in eastern

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Fighting Corruption in Uganda

In Uganda, Public funds are misused by those entrusted with power and responsibility to use public resources for the good of every citizen. This is evidenced by Uganda’s score in

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