Most cases of street connected children leaving home to run to the street are because they have had broken relationships with their parents, they find the street the only place to rebuild their relationships….Read more
Hi I’m Laura!
I will be working for S.A.L.V.E. as a new Project Officer.
For the last few years I have worked with a number of charities who all…Read more
Do you believe that no young person should have to live and work on the streets?
Do you believe that children who have lived on the streets…Read more
Many people struggle to find and develop their talents in life.
Athletics is one area where many people have talents. These may be found during school when doing P.E. or outside of school through sports…Read more
Hi, this is Mike and Yamima. We have both noticed the talents of one of the boys in our Halfway Home and wanted to share them with you.
At S.A.L.V.E., we believe that all children…Read more
Hi, my name is Faisal and I am S.A.L.V.E.’s teacher. I work with the children undergoing rehabilitation at S.A.L.V.E.’s Halfway Home and Drug Rehab Centre, running catch up lessons in subjects like English and…Read more
Hi my name is Paul and I run S.A.L.V.E.’s socia enterprise briquette making programme.
What is a family? Various scholars have differing meanings, interpretations and understandings for this, just like I believe you also have…Read more
As salve we believe in opening out hands and hearts to help see a change in the lives of street connected children and their families. Poverty is one of the most common causes of…Read more
Ben*, a 16-year old boy was staying in Nakibizi before he came to Jinja town. I came to know him through the street walks I used to make and through his friend by the…Read more