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This study evaluated an economic empowerment intervention to reduce HIV risks among orphaned children in Uganda.
This is the three-year strategic plan for the Child Protection in Crisis Learning Network in Uganda.
The Uganda PLG’s inaugural learning forum in March 2012 focused on Community Based Child Protection Mechanisms (CBCPMs) and their linkages with the National Child Protection Systems. This report shares learning from conference that brought together over 70 participants from government, academic institutions, community based organizations, and international agencies along with national child protection actors and researchers.
Asset Ownership and Health and Mental Health Functioning Among AIDS-Orphaned Adolescents: Findings From a Randomized Clinical Trial in Rural Uganda
This article presents findings from an economic empowerment intervention designed to promote life options, health and mental health functioning among AIDS-orphaned adolescents in rural Uganda.
In 2011, 320 children and 150 parents from across Uganda participated in a consultation on the nature of childhood in the country. The findings suggest some key characteristics defining children’s well-being and revealed important differences in the perspectives of children and parents, and in expectations of boys and girls, that inform work in promoting children’s well-being across the nation.
Measuring Violence Against Women Amidst War and Displacement in Northern Uganda Using the ‘Neighborhood Method’
This study sought to establish incidence rates for gender-based violence in internally displaced persons (IDPs) camps in Northern Uganda.