High Sound for Children joined child mothers in Kawempe, Ssebaggala Zone to celebrate mothers’ Day. In partnership with MOVIT Company, over 25 teenage mothers received hampers with Baby Junior products.
Child rights organizations in Uganda have come together to form a coalition on positive discipline to commemorate the international day to end corporal punishment.
High Sound for Children hosted partners from Sweden under the project "Break the Silence".
Considering the fact that the best of learning and influence is to ensure hands, Telecommunication giants Airtel Uganda opened its doors to the youngsters to take on key roles in the company as part of the World Children’s Day celebrations.
Over 100 girls living the ghettos of Kawempe today received free sanitary reusable pads, thanks to High Sound for Children, a non governmental organization that advocates for the wellbeing of children.
The 11 visually impaired children that perished in a fire last week have been laid to rest.
Learners at Mother Care school in exhibited talent during the elocution competitions held at the school campus in Nalumunye.
High Sound for children together with child Rights NGO Network has introduced the HAKI4ALL book to children at two schools in Kampala, Wakiso and Buikwe districts.
Raising Voices has rewarded outstanding teachers as the Country joined the rest of the World to commemorate World Teachers Day 2022.
Ugandan children have been sensitized on parliament business with a call for them to pick interest in following events in the Ugandan parliament because decisions made impact on their lives.