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Uganda has experienced a wide range of disasters directly affecting lage parts of the country. Uganda suffers from frequent drought, earthquakes, flooding, landslides, epidemic diseases and livestock and crop diseases, as well as a series of...

The Literacy Boost program is an intervention focused on working with teachers and communities to improve children’s reading skills. The Literacy Boost Uganda Midline Report examines the results of a student background survey and reading...

Literacy Boost is Save the Children’s innovative, evidence based response to an alarming global trend—the rise in the numbers of children finishing primary school who are unable to read well enough to learn. This document gives a four page...

This report provides a record of a workshop on Civil Society Strengthening and Organizational Capacity Development carried out jointly by Save the Children Sweden and Save the Children Finland. The workshop was held at Silver Springs in Nairobi,...

This Regional Programmes Newsletter presented by the Eastern and Central Africa Regional Office of Save the Children Sweden (SCS ECAf), gives the 2012 highlights experienced and shared by the programme staff, partner organizations and country...

Save the Children's Literacy Boost program is an intervention focused on working with teachers and communities to improve children’s reading skills. This presentation reviews the conceptual framework and the research backing Literacy Boost, as...

The primary objective of this project was to document how NGOs understand and implement acceptance. The project’s rationale emerged from the observation that there is a lack of research and documentation on what an acceptance approach to security...

Save the Children’s mission in Uganda is to fight for children’s rights and to deliver immediate and lasting improvement to children’s lives. Programme activities are implemented in close cooperation with local partners as this is believed to be...

This joint publication by the Feinstein International Center and Save the Children in Uganda examines the perspectives and experiences of communities in the southern Karamoja region of Uganda regarding natural resources and conflict. The study...

This report shares the reading assessment results of 550 1st and 2nd grade (Primary 1 and 2) students in 19 CHANCE centers and 8 comparison government schools in Amuru, Uganda. At the writing of this report, the 19 CHANCE centers are preparing to...