Child Labor

Child labour in Uganda continues to persist even though laws and standards provided by the Government to eliminate it exist. Current causes including poverty, limited access to education, repression of

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Elderly Care

80% of elderly people in Uganda survive on one meal a day and cannot even afford two meals a day, clothing, medication and even cannot afford kerosene for lighting. 5%

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Fighting Sexual Violence In Women

In Uganda 70% of the women are sexually violated within their marriages and this includes deception, beaten, verbal threats or Psychological intimidation to obtain sex, raped and forced penetrative sex,

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Fighting Poverty

A lot of corruption in Uganda has led to poverty levels in the country to increase because of the poorly distributed incomes in the country and even many elders are

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Child Labour

Child labour in Uganda continues to persist even though laws and standards provided by the Government to eliminate it exist. Current causes including poverty, limited access to education, repression of

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