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
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
“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
The Drop in Centre is an interesting place to work at because it is a hub of activity, around which a lot of different S.A.L.V.E. programmes…Read more
Hello, my name is Ann. Myself and my husband have supported S.A.L.V.E. for several years in a variety of ways; for example volunteering at the Peak District Challenge, as well donating and sponsoring a…Read more
My name is Lis. My trip to S.A.L.V.E. In Uganda last Autumn made me realise that the biggest inequality I see is that I live in a world that is full of possibilities. So…Read more
I’m Ethan, and I will be working as the Assistant Project Leader for S.A.L.V.E.’s Team Uganda partnership with Manchester University this summer. I’ll be ensuring that Team Uganda runs smoothly, checking that all the…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
As another year begins, it is an exciting time to reflect on all the amazing achievements of the year gone by. Sometimes you can be so busy taking action, that you don’t make enough…Read more