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Economic opportunities in Uganda are greater in big cities, such as Kampala, than rural areas. The country’s metropolitan areas therefore have enormous appeal, attracting a lot of migrant workers. These workers include children, who are vulnerable to trafficking, labour and sexual exploitation.

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October 31st, 2023

Country Profiles (Africa Region)

The country profiles provide a comprehensive overview of our work in the Africa region specifically, Kenya, Ug…

October 16th, 2023

A Dedicated Male Champion Advocating for Girls' Rights in Eastern Uganda

In the heart of Kigulu village in Eastern Uganda, Abudu embarked on a journey of becoming a champion for girls…

September 26th, 2023

Child Labour in the Coffee Industry in Eastern Uganda Report

The Child Labour in the Coffee Industry in Eastern Uganda Report presents the findings of a scoping study on C…

August 17th, 2023

Freedom from exploitation. You wish this for every child, right?

Millions of children worldwide are sexually exploited or forced to work. They don't have the choice to say no.…

August 7th, 2023

Empowered advocate and leader: Doreen's Journey with She Leads

As a passionate advocate for Girls and Young Women's rights, Doreen joined the She Leads programme, where she…

June 29th, 2023

Annual report 2022: concrete results for children

Thanks to the support of donors, in collaboration with partners and the commitment of volunteers and staff, Te…

June 27th, 2023

Meet our new look and feel

Terre des Hommes will have a new brand identity as of July 1, 2023; with a new logo, different fonts and colou…

June 22nd, 2023

A historic She Leads learning event

A historic She Leads learning event that fostered insightful discussions, reflections, and valuable learnings…

June 11th, 2023

Africa Annual Report 2022

The Annual report provides an overview of the work, impact and achievements of Terre des Hommes Netherlands in…

June 7th, 2023

#TheClockisTicking for action against child labour

We’re running out of time. In 2015, 193 world leaders agreed to end child labour by 2025 according to the Sust…

February 20th, 2023

Africa Region Storybooks 2022

Over the years, Terre des Hommes Netherlands in Africa has been able to document various impactful stories of…

August 19th, 2022

Stories of Impact: Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Kampala and Wakiso Districts, Uganda

In our commitment and efforts to stop child exploitation, we implemented a project in Kampala and Wakiso Distr…

Our work in Uganda

Almost 40% of children who work in Kampala’s informal sector report being brought to the capital city through child trafficking. They are exploited as cheap labour. At a young age, they are forced to help their families by working or being sexually exploited.

We take a stand against this child exploitation. We provide children a safe place, education, information and medical and legal help. Join our fight. Stop child exploitation.


Humanitarian Background

Uganda is a low income country where 21.4% of the population lives in poverty. In addition, Uganda has the largest refugee population in Africa. It is home to more than 1.47 million refugees making up 3.1% of the total population. 81% of the refugees are women and children. Most of the refugees come from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi and Somalia.

Our programmes

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Our partners in Uganda

Together with experienced partners, we are working towards a world without child exploitation, where young people can feel safe today and better about tomorrow. Join our fight.

Dwelling Places
Visit the website of Dwelling Places
Ecological Christian Organisation (ECO)
Karamoja Women Umbrella Organization (KAWUO)


Uganda Country Office
P.O Box 73435, Plot 2045, Serule Close, Kalinabiri Road, Ntinda
+254 20 3870595

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