Our Family Like Care Programme We offer a permanent home, security, medical care, and education to children without parental care.

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Family Strengthening Programme This is the programme that supports families to be able to take good care of children from their own biological settings.

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We are SOS Children’s Villages Uganda.

SOS Children’s Villages Uganda is a worldwide, independent, not-for-profit social development organization that has been working to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of children since 1949.

SOS Children’s Village Uganda is a locally registered Trust with a Board of Trustees that oversees the different facilities, ensuring that each child receives proper care and education.

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We help children through various programs that focus on care for children without parental care.

Family Like Care Programme

We make use of this model to offer a permanent home, security, medical care, and education to children.
Family Strengthening

This is the programme that supports families to be able to take good care of children from their own biological settings.
Institutional Partnership Dev't

Prioritizing children’s’ issues in all agendas’, put in place and implement legislation that protects children from erroneous acts

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Our National Director, Hosana Adisu, yesterday held a fruitful meeting with the new Chief of Austrian Embassy, Dr. Yvonne Katja, to discuss the situation of children in Uganda, current projects being implemented with ADA funding and future collaboration among others. ... See MoreSee Less
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Young people face challenges accessing training, education rights, employment and equal opportunities. These remain key global issues. Investing in their skills training and mentorship helps young people become self-reliant and paves the way for a sustainable future. #WYSD2023#DidYouKnow: Worldwide, 289 million young people are neither in education, employment or training, with young women twice as likely as young men to be in this situation. That accounts for 23.5% of young people aged 14-25. In this context, young people without adequate parental care, or recent care leavers, are particularly disadvantaged throughout the process of searching for employment, as they lack the support networks that families often provide to guide those first steps from school into the working world.YouthCan! our 🌎 partnership for #youthemployability and entrepreneurship is here to create opportunities for young people to successfully transition from school to decent work and independent life, and build the skills they need for the future. #SkillsForYouth #decentjobsforyouthThrough this joint #YouthCan! effort between SOS Children’s Villages and private sector partners like DHL, TK Elevator and Johnson & Johnson Nursing, employees are mobilised to share their time, skills, expertise, and own career stories, both online and face-to-face, with young people around the world.Mentorship services have a profound impact on the trajectory of the lives of vulnerable young people. Healthy relationships are the foundation of a young person’s capacity to develop self-esteem. Relationships and bonds with mentors have shown a positive effect on young people’s increase in confidence and making choices for their professional paths.We encourage all employers to be closely involved in training young people, as their engagement ensures that the skills being provided are relevant to the labor market. ... See MoreSee Less
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