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Donation of Liquid Soap to Prevent COVID 19

  In the COVID-19 Panic, Children and women are the more vulnerable groups in fragile contexts who will be greatly affected by the ongoing outbreak. It has been weeks now since schools closed in Uganda – this including the closure of child-friendly spaces and Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDs). The closure of schools was shortly followed by the …

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Her Choice – Because Nature Doesn’t Determine Her Right To Education

By Lee Neary “Smile Mission team with WORI (Women Rights initiative) Uganda in campaign to empower Wakiso District schoolgirls.” As part of their recent Her Choice programme, Smile Mission’s alliance with WORI aims to tackle disenfranchisement surrounding sexual healthcare, women’s rights and menstrual hygiene in rural communities of central Ugandan. Spearheaded by Smile Mission’s Brenda …

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Kenyan schoolgirl takes her own life after ‘period shaming’

‘ By BBC NEWS A schoolgirl in Kenya has taken her own life after allegedly being shamed in class for having her period and staining her uniform. The 14-year-old’s mother said her daughter hanged herself after being humiliated by a teacher, Kenyan media reported. Police used tear gas to disperse a crowd of about 200 …

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African Primary Prevention

Africa Primary Prevention Conference (APPC)

By Bash Shadrack Uganda Youth Development Link (UYDEL) together with Smart International NGO based in Sweden organized the African Primary Prevention Conference on 26th and 27th Feb 2019 at Nyumbani Hotel, Makerere, Kampala. This Conference was opened up by the Guest of honor Dr Basangwa David The Executive Director Butabika Mental Hospital.Many different Non-Government Organizations …

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Smiling to Santiago

Smiling to Santiago Smile Mission combine adventure with humanitarianism in sun-soaked Camino de Santiago charity event. July 22nd – August 6TH 2018: With only a 9kg backpack, old boots and a big smile, Smile Mission representative and volunteer Lee Neary participated in a 322km hike along the famous Camino de Frances. Stepping off the train in Léon …

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