As children are born, parents take new lessons in their life again. They learn to care for the new born, cherish and support them, give them guidance and instilling discipline to raise good citizens…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 deserve the chance to…Read more
I have recently started my job at S.A.L.V.E. as the Project Officer and spent the first month of my new job in Uganda! It’s not every day that you get to start your new…Read more
Being a social worker is something that is nice but it can be very challenging when working with struggling families. In the communities where we work, some families can manage to take care of…Read more
When Nadia* was fourteen years old, she had gone to fetch water at her parent’s home in Eastern Uganda when some people in a vehicle abducted her.
When she woke up after being grabbed, she learnt…Read more
Around the world over 60 million girls are denied education. Every year more than 15 million girls are forced into child marriage. Of the world’s illiterate adult population, more than two thirds are women….Read more
Life is a journey full of hills and valleys. At times we are in valleys and at other times on hills. It is always easier when…Read more
A mother’s love should be pure, natural, unconditional, and selfless. It is patient, forgiving and present. It’s a tie that binds, a bond that can never be broken. It really takes a lot a…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
Hello, my name is Brenda. I am a female social worker and counsellor in Uganda.
I want to challenge gender inequality. The reason is that most times there is no say in things that happen…Read more