ANPPCAN Uganda Chapter publishes a wide range of reports, magazines and handbooks on various child protection related issues ranging corporal punishment in schools to the situation of child mothers in the country. Every year, the annual situational analysis on the status of child abuse and neglect is compiled. The Situational analysis provides updated and accurate data for policy makers in the area of child protection.
ANPPCAN Uganda Chapter also conducts specific research studies to get definite information on key child related issues. These studies are usually tailored to specific interventions and may include mapping reports, baseline studies or research studies.
The Child Link Magazine has been produced by ANPPCAN since 2005. The quarterly magazine provides a platform to children to openly express their views on the challenges they face and what they think should be done to address those challenges.
The ANPPCAN Annual Report is produced every year; the report is a detailed accountability of what ANPPCAN does throughout the year. All ANPPCAN Annual Reports can be accessed via annual reports. In a bid to reach wider audiences, ANPPCAN also produces several handbooks and manuals, e-magazines and Newsletters.
The ANPPCAN newsletters have also been captured.