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Respect- RACE welcomes the uniqueness and honors the dignity of every person and we develop the talents and abilities of one another.
Compassion-We reach out to people in need and give comfort as Jesus did, we nurture the spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being of one another and those we serve and we embrace those who are suffering.
Justice- We believe everyone has a right to the basic goods of the earth, we strive to remove the causes of oppression and we join with others to work towards the attainment of the global vision of universal human rights.
Children in an urban setting, internally displaced children due to insecurity and armed conflict child-headed households, domestic violence, child laborers, street children, abandoned children, child prisoners, out of school children and children living with HIV/AIDS child rights more emphasis
Domestic Violence (DV) is a key issue in reproductive health and rights and most of the DV is gender-based. Domestic violence is prevalent in Uganda, especially among women. Physical violence is the most prevalent with one-quarter of women reporting it. Intimate partner violence is the most common form of violence in Uganda that could affect reproductive health rights. more than 60% of women who were ever married report having experienced emotional, physical, or sexual violence from a spouse and several of them have experienced physical injuries as a result.
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RACE seeks to increase the respect for and observance of the legal rights of orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) in hard to reach communities in Uganda. This CPA occupies a wide niche of the UCSDPP because of the centrality of its theme and modern-day nature of the incidence of child abuse in Uganda.
What can I do? It’s the first question we ask when someone we love is hurting. It’s the first thing we wonder when disaster, injustice, or ...
The day of African Child has been celebrated on June 16, every year since 1991, when it was first initiated by the Organisation of African U...
It is a discipline model used by schools, and in parenting, that focuses on the positive points of behavior, based on the idea that there are no bad children, just good and bad behaviors. You can teach and reinforce good behaviors while weaning bad behaviors without hurting the child verbally or physically. People engaging in a positive discipline are not ignoring problems. Rather, they are actively involved in helping their child learn how to handle situations more appropriately while remaining calm, friendly, and respectful to the children themselves. "This toolkit teaches me that positive discipline comes from inside. I have clear goals, I work hard and I think of new ways of solving the old problems and to believe in myself."
"Ibrahim explaining positive discipline, part of the tools in a good school, we noticed that changing to positive discipline, its a big intervention that needs a lot of work and a lot of commitment from both the children, teachers, and parents plus the community. "
As observed; Violence against children from school staff is widespread in various settings, but few interventions address this We tested whether the Good School Toolkit-a complex behavioral intervention designed by Ugandan not-for-profit organization Raising Voices-could to reduce physical violence from school staff to Ugandan primary school children.
"Take all appropriate legislative, administrative, social and educational measures to protect the child from all forms of physical or mental violence, injury or abuse while in the care of parents, legal guardians or any other person who has the care of the child"
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