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July 23, 2015

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Think of yourself…or your child…or an employee…and something that requires motivation to learn, but is a struggle to complete. I think of my nine year old as she works on reading skills. She struggled with reading for many years. Though she loved the idea of reading, and loved to have others read to her, she […]

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{Family} Ties That Bind

April 5, 2015


Every week, CAA staff in Uganda encounter families affected by vulnerability, and the various politics involved that affect this population in significant ways. Especially when conducting orphan investigations requested by prospective adoptive families, we see such a wide range of cases that turn out to be truthful and straightforward as well as those founded upon fraudulent activity and inaccurate […]

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On the Ground: When Police Must Be Parents

April 8, 2014


Last week, we shared an important need on behalf of the Child and Family Protection Unit of police forces located in Kampala. If you haven’t read this yet, please do. In this post, we share a very special conversation with Commissioner of Child and Family Protection, Ms. Christine Alalo.  As chief of all 520 protection […]

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[FULLY FUNDED] On the Ground: Child Protection Opportunity

March 31, 2014


**Update: As of April 25, 2014, thanks to the generosity and sacrificial giving of ACV/CAA supporters and friends, this project is FULLY FUNDED! Our heartfelt thanks to all those who gave!** Imagine. You are a law enforcement officer, serving your country’s most vulnerable members. You are the most senior official in the country presiding over […]

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