This month’s debate was ‘How can we ensure all people are being the best person they can be?’. The debate received lots of interest with 486 views and 109 replies! There were…Read more
“Children on the street should be treated the same as those at home”– Nangobi, 16 from Uganda
Today is the International Day for Street Children! Since 2012, April 12thhas been a day children,…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
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
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
Hello, my name is Faisal, a teacher at S.A.L.V.E International. I would like to share with you how I managed to help a sexually abused child to be able to cope with her trauma…Read more
My name is Nabirye Tabitha; I have been a social work volunteer at S.A.L.V.E. International for three months now, after volunteering on the Manchester University partnership project last year.
I love working with children, although my…Read more
The last few days were all about drive for change.
I can still feel the scissors in my hand after cutting out more than 200 little wheels…Read more
This is the true story of Emmanuel*. Emmanuel is in primary seven and he stays with his aunt in the village. Emmanuel’s dad died when he…Read more
Jim* is a boy of 16 years, born in Iganga town. His parents are both alive but they divorced when he was still young and his father remarried. To begin with, he had a…Read more