Building and Strengthening Child Protection Structures

As a core sustainability strategy, ANPPCAN Uganda Chapter invests in building and strengthening child protection structures at national and district level. These include Civil Society Organizations working with children, government structures, and grass root structures.

Strengthening of these structures takes the form of capacity building to enable them to effect their duties in the child rights arena, provision of critical child rights related information to facilitate advocacy activities and community policing.

Similar interventions have been managed at grass root level where Child rights Committees and Child Rights Clubs in School have been developed, strengthened and facilitated to handle child rights issues within their contexts.


Other materials can be accessed here:

  1. Prevention and Community Mobilization:
  2. Child Protection Services:
  3. Advocacy, Research and Policy Influencing:
  4. Project Photos:
  5. Project Briefs:
  6. Calendar:

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