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🇺🇬️ A school we partner with in Uganda is preventing violence in the classroom and in the wider community – and so changing the culture in a country where many schoolchildren continue to face physical and sexual abuse. 🗣️ Miriam Friday reports on how much a problem violence in schools is and the way forward, as modelled by Viva and Children at Risk Action Network (CRANE). ➡️ bit.ly/2AQ5btG

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“🇺🇬 Our partner network @CRANENetworkUG has helped Brian reintegrate back into a family from the streets in #Kampala, #Uganda. ⬇️ Watch the short video to hear him talk about this experience. t.co/I6HGcesrbA”

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Harriet Matthews visits UK-funded projects in Kampala On 3 July 2017, the UK Policy Director for the Commonwealth Summit 2018, Harriet Matthews OBE, visited two UK-funded projects that provide non-formal education for girls in Kampala Ms Matthews had the opportunity to see what the Creative Learning Centres (CLCs) at the Kampala Baptist Church and the Youth for Christ Uganda Crisis Pregnancy Centre were doing to assist marginalised girls. During the visit she interacted with beneficiary learners and teachers and observed some instructional processes used at the centres. The CLC projects are run by, Viva - Together for Children, an international charity that seeks to release children from poverty and abuse, in partnership with the Ugandan network CRANE (Children at Risk Action Network). The programme provides literacy, numeracy and vocational skills to girls ages 9 – 18, who have dropped out of school or are in danger of doing so due to poverty, negligence or pregnancy. The project is funded by DFID - UK Department for International Development under the Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC) programme. Harriet Matthews was part of the UK delegation that attended the 9th Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting Kampala.

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