Mariam* lived with her aunty and her cousins in a small village near Jinja. She felt unloved and unwanted by her paternal aunt who gave more attention and care to her own children, ignoring…Read more
Leaving for the streets
At the tender age…Read more
Yes, it’s that time of year again! How it’s only two weeks to Christmas I don’t know. And apologies if this puts you into a panic!
The good news is…Read more
Bringing back brightness
I have just returned from my most recent trip to Uganda. On this trip I have found a lot of joy in spending time with our team, the street connected…Read more
Going on a journey
I’m sending this email just before I go home to finish packing for my next trip to Uganda. By the time you read this, I…Read more
This is the story of Isaac* told in his own words.
I am Isaac, a 12 old boy from a small village by a lake. People live happily in my village,…Read more
This is the story of Ronald* told in his own words.
“You cannot imagine the road that life can take you down. Even at a young, tender age you can be swept up by something…Read more
What follows is the story told to staff at S.A.L.V.E International of a girl named Sara* who was living on the streets of Jinja.
My name is Sara, my mother…Read more
Alex* comes from a family of three siblings. Alex has two sisters, who are twins, and he is the eldest child. His father, mother and siblings all loved each other and lived a happy…Read more
This is the story of Annet* an 8 year old girl being supported by S.A.L.V.E. International who had never attended school and had given up hope for a better future due to the trauma…Read more