Uganda: The Integration of Child Soldiers into the School System

When the National Resistance Movement came to power in Uganda in 1986, there were a number of child soldiers in the National Resistance Army. These children, many of whom had been orphaned or abandoned, ranged from five to eighteen years of age. They had faced the hardships of war, and many considered the army as their home. The government was faced with the problem of educating them in order to re-integrate them into civil society.

Nkumba University HIV/AIDS Policy

In addition to outlining objectives in creating an HIV/AIDS policy, this policy report looks at the provision of preventive care and support services and education at campus, outlines the structures for implementing and integrating HIV/AIDS issues into teaching and research, as well as advocacy, networking and collaboration at Nkumba university, Uganda.

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