Kula* had been living on the streets for over ten years before he came to our Drug Rehabilitation Centre to get help to change his life and overcome his addiction to Mafuta. This is…Read more
Wow, where did 2018 go?
It was such a special year for S.A.L.V.E. as we reached our milestone 10th year and got the opportunity to celebrate in both the UK and Uganda.
Celebrating a special birthday…Read more
We met Lucky* on the street and it took us some time to convince him to trust us and…Read more
I am very happy to work with S.A.L.V.E International due to my own experiences as a child growing up on the street. As a home assistant working for the Drug Rehabilitation department, we used…Read more
A friend of mine at work asked me about my favourite destinations on this planet, a question that triggered my mind and sent me on a voyage of thoughts about which answer I would…Read more
People were created to enjoy life. But sometimes, there are so many challenges that people find different ways to cope, which may even be suicide or conflicts with others. Challenges are always tough, but they…Read more
During rainy season, some places in Uganda cannot be easily accessed by anyone, particularly in the mountainous areas such as Bugishu in Eastern Uganda. This is because many of our roads are not made…Read more
My name is Anniek Grasdijk, I come from Holland and study Social Work. For the last three months, I have done my internship at S.A.L.V.E. International at the Drug Rehabilitation Centre. I would really…Read more
‘There is an artist in everyone’
There must be some famous person who has said that there is an artist in everyone. If there is not, then let me claim this statement because if there…Read more
Tommy* was born like any other child and during his childhood lived with both his father and mother. Life was not always easy, but he was loved by both parents.
When he was around four years old, his…Read more