CHILD LABOUR

Kagulu Educators Commit to Create Child Labour-Free Zones

A significant orientation workshop focusing on the concept of child labour and establishing child labour-free zones was held on 12th July 2024 at the Kagulu Sub County Hall. This event brought together headteachers, deputy headteachers, and teachers in charge of academics from 11 schools participating in the Kagulu Child Labour Social Dialogue Project.

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Inspiring solutions: UNATU’s Go back to School Campaign Gains Traction in Kyesiiga Sub County

On the 6th and 7th of June 2024, Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) through the Kyesiiga Child labour Social Dialogue project supported by Education International (EI); facilitated School Child Rights Clubs to embark on a significant school community engagement.

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Revolutionizing Education in Karamoja: Bridging the Gap through ICT Training for Teachers

A transformative ICT training session was recently conducted for teachers in Moroto and Nakapiripirit districts as part of the Work No Child’s Business (WNCB) project. The training, held from May 12th to 13th in Moroto and from May 14th to 15th in Nakapiripirit, aimed to empower teachers with essential ICT skills to meet the demands

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 UNATU’s Endeavor to Eradicate Child Labour in Entebbe Municipality

In the heart of Entebbe Municipality, where the echoes of children’s laughter should resonate, a silent battle against child labour is unfolding. The Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) recently orchestrated a pivotal stakeholders’ dialogue meeting on December 19, 2023, at the Division A Headquarters. This gathering sought not only to unveil the stark realities of

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