Background Safeguarding is a crucial issue in Uganda, as the country has experienced high rates of child abuse and exploitation, domestic violence, and other forms …
Uganda Child Rights Network
Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) is a coalition of over 150 child-focused organizations including community-based, national, and international NGOs working for the welfare and rights of over 3 million vulnerable children in Uganda. Established in 1997 to spearhead the generation of the NGO Alternative report on the progress of implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Network has over the years played a leading role in mobilizing child focused organizations for collective action at national, regional and international level and has been the CSO voice on child rights in Uganda. UCRNN’s current programs include
Symposium & Theme: “UCRNN Celebrating Achievements in promoting the UNCRC and ACRWC, Embracing the Future Together”
Date: 4th – 7th December 2023
Venue: Silver Springs Hotel, Kampala
Established in 1997 to spearhead the writting of the NGO alternative report to UN committe of experts on the Rights of the Child (CRC), UCRNN has over the years expanded its membership and programs for the benefit of children.
Our work in action
– The network participated in the national survey on prevention and violence against children.
– Owing to the increasing number of child abuse cases experienced in the country, UCRNN initiated the CSO led child helpline in 2006 as a reporting and response mechanism. In a bid to strengthen this service, UCRNN in 2013, lobbied government and the private sector through the public private partnership to support the Child Helpline and a short code 116 for reporting child abuse.
On 29th November, the Uganda Child Rights NGO Network (UCRNN) conducted a 4–day safeguarding residential training workshop for NGOs working with children in the Buganda …
Mum starts with sound; m, Dad starts with sound; d and aunt starts with sound; a. These are usually the words and explanations given by …
Since the achievement of independence in 1962, the government of Uganda has been committed to expanding the Education System to enable greater participation. In an …