Prevention and Community Mobilization

 

ANPPCAN Uganda Chapter works directly with in and out of school children. Children are mobilized to form child rights clubs through which ANPPCAN trains and gives information about child rights and responsibilities, identification and reporting of abuse by children.


  • ANPPCAN Uganda Chapter meets a local newspaper on protecting victims

    This strategic approach to child protection directly supports children to play their role in protecting themselves by understanding the nature of abuse and neglect, the reporting lines and peer support within their environments.

    ANPPCAN also uses community meetings, dialogues and drama shows to sensitize parents/ caregivers, and engage with child protection duty bearers on child protection issues.

     


    Other materials can be accessed here:

    1. Child Protection Services:
    2. Building and Strengthening Child Protection Structures:
    3. Advocacy, Research and Policy Influencing:
    4. Project Photos:
    5. Project Briefs:
    6. Calendar:

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