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Global Money Week

Posted by Myugandanchild on March 11, 2015 at 4:00 AM

Today March 11- 2015  4-5pm , My Ugandan Child will visit Greenwich Primary school in kasese to connect the children there with those of an International School Rheintal in Switzerland as part of the Global Money week celebration with the theme Savings (inspired by GMW 2015’s theme ‘Save today. Safe tomorrow’ )

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Domestic Violence

Posted by Myugandanchild on November 18, 2014 at 11:10 AM


The community of Kasese District is still having a great increase in the rise of domestic violence which has affected children , women ,men and the community at large .

There has been fears among the victims who think the community will recommend them  but when they come to Police which then reacts but after a long struggle and we therefore need to come together and look at better ways of putting an end to this social problem. 

My Ugandan Child has so far helped some community members get justice by helping them get the  cases be recorded at nearest Police Officer.

Research findings on Early Marriage in Kasese Out soon!

Posted by Myugandanchild on November 1, 2014 at 1:55 PM

We are soon realising the Research findings on Early Marriage in Kasese , the team is complying the last report that will be sent to our partners and there after it will be uploaded on our site for those who can visit the site will be able to get it there.

We need to end Early marriages .........and you too can bring an end to this.

Jan-May 2014 News Letter coming

Posted by Myugandanchild on May 31, 2014 at 4:40 PM

we shall be realising a Jan -May  News Letter to all the website which include Facebook ,Blog and this website .

Great thanks goes to all the Teams both in Uganda and Europe

External Communications Officer at My Ugandan Child

Posted by Myugandanchild on April 8, 2014 at 9:05 AM


we are previlidged to work with Loana Ionescu as our External Communications officer who will be in charge of the communications with our partners who are not from Uganda .

As an organization , we are very happy to have such a privilidge to have expertise added to the team.


the children our future.

New Organisation Advisor

Posted by Myugandanchild on March 29, 2014 at 2:25 PM

we are glad to work with Karol as our organisation advisor, thank you for the work done dear friend, the team in kasese is very greatful for the great work you are doing>


New Projects that are yet to start

Posted by Myugandanchild on November 21, 2013 at 12:50 PM


we are yet to start varius projects for the teenmothers and women who have been victims of domestic violence.

1. Shop making projects

2.Tie and Dye

3. Savings and credit  for the women and teen mothers.

4. sawing

come join us because there is alot you can do to help.

Donations

Posted by Myugandanchild on November 21, 2013 at 12:45 PM

  Thank you all for your support  in the various ways you have tired to support our projects.

thanks to Brain who has paid for office internet.


thank you all

Medical Out Reach

Posted by Myugandanchild on October 15, 2013 at 12:45 PM

  we are carrying out a Medical Out Reach to Two villages and these include :Basecamp Upper and Lower where we shall give the disadvantaged  children some clothes ,free medical checks up.


To the youth , we shall give them free HIV/AIDS testing and couseling which shall be followed by a football match at Basecamp primary school.

Women , there shall a family planning clinic to help them about the various issues that they facing.


Volunteers are  welcomed

venue : Basecamp Primary School

Date: 27th Oct. @2013

Educating and empowering girls Education

Posted by Myugandanchild on May 1, 2013 at 11:40 AM

Educating and empowering girlsEducation is one of the most powerful tools to delay the age at which girls marry as school attendance helps shift norms around child marriage.

Improving girls’ access to quality schooling will increase girls’ chances of gaining a secondary education and helps to delay marriage. When a girl in the developing world receives seven or more years of education, she marries on average four years later.

Empowering girls, by offering them opportunities to gain skills and education, providing support networks and creating ‘safe spaces’ where girls can gather and meet outside the home, can help girls to assert their right to choose when they marry.

Girls Not Brides members are working to empower girls by establishing girls’ groups that provide a safe space for girls to meet and share experiences, reducing their sense of isolation and vulnerability.

 


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