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HELP US PROTECT CHILDREN

DID YOU KNOW? Child marriage is a clear violation of the rights of girls and women. Girls who get married early have the greatest risk of dropping out of school, being exposed to violence, getting HIV / AIDS, and dying from complications during pregnancy and childbirth. According to a survey from 2018; Violence against children survey, 94% of the girls and 86% of the boys who have experienced physical violence in Uganda, first suffered from this from a teacher.

So what can be done about this? How can P4T help make life safer for children?

Our projects aim to ensure that children have a safe and secure place where they can learn. This includes training child protection groups, teachers and others to identify, investigate and respond to protection issues and strengthen reporting routines. In addition, social workers will be trained in psychosocial support for those children who are struggling to learn due to the traumas they have gone through.

We want to provide 100 mobile phones (Child Aid Phones) to social workers, child protection groups, schools and police stations as a measure to support their work in reporting violence and child abuse to relevant institutions and leaders in the local community. This means that you no longer have to walk long distances to report incidents and call for help when needed. In such cases, it is essential to call the police and a doctor (where necessary) as soon as possible in order to be able to take measures and get the child away from a dangerous situation or a dangerous environment.

Another measure we will introduce is school clubs with their own management team that will strengthen girls and boys through knowledge and skills in children's rights. In this work, we will distribute tablets to schools to provide children with better learning methods, and in addition provide them with valuable knowledge about the use of digital aids. The tablets will be used in subjects such as English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science and learning about children's rights. Not only does this make learning better, but the children gain a lot of extra knowledge about their own rights and will strengthen reading skills and math skills.

In this work, we will collaborate with other voluntary organizations, stakeholders and experts in child protection to provide education and materials that ensure that children are safe, happy and live good lives. We want to go from traditional beliefs to modern ways of protecting children. Reducing the risk of various forms of abuse such as child labor, oppression, violence, child marriage, lack of food, punishment, lack of education and health care is the most important thing we can do to give children a better chance of having a good, productive and satisfying life.

HELP US TO PROTECT CHILDREN

Support our work with a money donation or why not with a mobile phone, tablet or become a partner - your help reduces the challenges girls and boys in Uganda face. You help to ensure that all children have the same rights to grow up with good health, with education and in safety.

You can contribute by donating any amount you can. Donate here

  • USD 25 can buy a mobile phone with a SIM card that can be used as Child Aid telephones to contact the police for help and report all cases concerning child abuse.

  • USD 40 can protect 100 children every month from violence through knowledge and training in childrens rights.

  • USD 80 ensures that volunteers can offer training in child protection and how to treat such cases, use of medication and training in psychosocial support.

  • USD 110 can buy a bicycle that P4T gives to the child protection committees.

 

Together we build children's lives and shape their future.

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