Rugunda hails Norwegian investors

Celebrations. Mr Rino Solberg (right), minister Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi (2nd right) , Ms Julie Solberg and other stake holders cut a cake during the silver jubilee celebrations of Child Africa in Kabale Town last Friday. PHOTO BY ROBERT MUHEREZA

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Appeal. Dr Rugunda has asked all local governments in areas where Child Africa operates to work together with the organisation in order to overcome some of the challenges.

Kabale. Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has hailed the Norwegian investors for establishing Child Africa, an organisation running centres for the rehabilitation and education of street kids and other vulnerable children in Uganda.
Child Africa started in 1991 in Kabale Town with a centre for needy children before establishing other centres at Equator, Tororo, Kampala and Kasese, which benefit more than 15,000 needy children through providing them education and other essential needs.
Dr Rugunda’s message was delivered last Friday by the State minister for Youth and Children Affairs, Ms Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi, during celebrations to mark 25 years of Child Africa Junior School in Kabale.

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