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Celina*'s daughter Rose* is getting checked for malaria at Save the Children's mobile clinic in Mvepi refugee settlement

What We Do

We have worked in Uganda since 1959 and have programmes throughout the country. We work in partnerships – with communities, the government, civil society and the private sector – to deliver programmes that have a lasting impact, inspire change and uphold children’s rights. Our work supports long-term development and humanitarian emergencies, and bridges the gap between the two.

Last year our work in Uganda directly reached 440,000 people, including 300,000 children, and indirectly benefited a further one million. We focus on these thematic priorities:

Save the Children in Uganda currently implements programmes in the following areas: