Exclusive film screening in partnership with UN
Join us on May 3 in London for an exclusive film screening of ‘Sea Sorrow’ followed by a panel discussion.
Expert Workshop: Building Resilience in Children Exposed to Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
We would like to invite you to our expert workshop on Building with Bamboo on 4th May.
Leave No Child Behind
Why development agencies must not allow street children to get left behind in the Sustainable Development Goals.
We have over 100 members including:
S.A.L.V.E. International is a British and Ugandan based charity which began in 2008, working to get children off the streets in the Jinja district, eastern Uganda.
S.A.L.V.E International offers children on the streets a chance to be resettled with their relatives or in another loving home environment, providing them with access to support, counseling and an all-round education.
A major part of their work is done within the wider community, with the aim of improving opportunities for education and to work to tackle some of the reasons that children come to the streets in the first place. They do this through women’s empowerment programmes, fruit tree planting in local schools and campaigning to challenge discrimination to uphold children’s rights.
Find out more about S.A.L.V.E International at www.salveinternational.org