SOS to integrate 150 Ugandan children into childcare families

State Minister for Youths and Children Affairs, Ms Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi, with the National Director SOS Uganda Ms Oliver Birungi Lumonya during the launching of the Tracking progress Initiative at K Hotel in Entebbe. Photo by Eve Muganga

What you need to know:

  • Mr Samuel Sanders, the international programs manager for modernization and effectiveness SOS Children’s village Norway said: “This project will run for two years and will cost $1 million in order to establish national inter-sectoral groups for alternative care and child protection.”

About 150 Ugandan children are to be integrated into SOS childcare families, the national director, Ms Oliver Birungi Lumonya, has revealed.

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