Stop child trafficking in Karamoja
(Karamoja and Kampala, Uganda)
Every year, in Karamoja, thousands of children are trafficked to urban centres, where they are subjected to various forms of exploitation such as forced labour, domestic servitude, street begging, street hawking, child marriage and sexual exploitation.
In Karamoja, only 5% of children complete primary school.
With our project, we will drastically reduce child trafficking from Karamoja.
The project's expected results are:
A survey on child trafficking is carried out
Local schools increase their intake of pupils
Social acceptance of child trafficking and exploitation is significantly reduced in Napak district
Number of children (especially girls) on the streets in Kampala city from Napak district is reduced by 50%
Gathering the children off the streets of Kampala
900 street children will be enrolled in school
36,000 children will be made aware of the importance of going to school and the dangers of being victims of trafficking
450 trafficked children will be rescued, rehabilitated and reintegrated into Napak
Women and Equal Opportunities
Desk from Moroto Diocese
How to help?
You can contribute to:
Making a documentary
about the victims of human
Documentary on victims
To rescue 100 children
Medical care, food, clothing,
Building a classroom
We need your help:
IBAN : LU98 0019 3555
BIC : BCEELULL
This project is co-financed by the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs / Directorate of development cooperation.