By Faridah Ndagano
KIKUUBE: World Vision partners with communities, sponsors, government, donors and civil societies to reach the most vulnerable children for their sustainable wellbeing.
Apart from child protection, World Vision has also contributed to improved resilience and livelihoods of 367,578 most vulnerable households in Kikuube district.
The non-governmental organization has also trained farmer groups and linked them to business development services.
World Vision has also promoted climate smart agricultural practices and technologies in the district.
There is improved household income through savings groups and also trained household members in financial literacy and encouraged them to create self reliant saving groups due to World Vision.
The organization has also supported families within the district to meet basic needs, deal with crushes and access health and education services.
Peter Banura the Kikuube District Chairperson applauds World Vision for supporting and safeguarding the lives of children.
Banura adds that the non-governmental organization has supported and given guidance for proper up bringing of the children in the district.
Amlan Tumusiime the resident district commissioner Kikuube commends World Vision Uganda for empowering youths in kikuube with leadership skills which has boosted their confidence.
Tumusiime also warns against child labour and early marriages adding that the culprits will face the law.
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