The last time she was in school was the 3rd grade. Esther’s* parents did not value education; having been brought up without their own education. Her father had passed away some time ago and…Read more
This month the inequality question chosen and debated by the children living on the streets in Uganda was ‘What should be done to see that underrepresented people’s views are heard?’.
We received many suggestions…Read more
This month’s inequality debate question was ‘Does having policies and laws affect people’s behaviours and values positively?’. This debate received a HUGE 135 answers so far! Thank you to everyone who was part…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
“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
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
This month’s inequality question was ‘Should love be conditional on how you behave’.
By the end of the live debate the debate had received 70 responses and was viewed 583 times! People chose to answer…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