Nina lived in a village with her family and was not regularly attending school. When she was 8 years old, her aunt who lived in Jinja asked Nina’s father if she could have her…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
He/she who has the spirit of supporting people in need or in harder situations than others, focuses a lot their minds on uplifting other people’s lives to a certain level they deserve to live…Read more
This month’s inequality question chosen by the children in Uganda was ‘Is equality for women and girls possible?’
The debate received 69 responses and was viewed by 528…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
Godfrey* is 11 years old, he comes from a small village and has just finished primary year three. When he was younger, Godfrey lived with both his mother and father. Then his parents divorced,…Read more
Harriet* is 9 years old. She used to stay with her parents in the village. Sadly, her father died when she was little. Harriet’s mother wasn’t seeing any future in the village since the…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
This is a true story of Peter*.
Peter is eleven years old and he left school in primary three. He comes from a village in Eastern Uganda. He grew up living with his mum and…Read more
“Children should be getting educated, not working. Does that mean they do not have a right to work?” – Adam
The topic of our November inequality debate was “Do children have a right to work…Read more