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Mission

Ministering love and compassion to vulnerable and marginalized children for a morally upright and a health generation.

Vision

To create a community which offers protection to children and women to enjoy their full human right and self esteem.

About Us

TCLM Uganda organization was found to make sure that orphans and vulnerable children get education, protection from all kinds of violence

The organization was founded to establish a medical service centre hospital where people can be treated.

TCLM was found to provide education support to children who are not studying who do not have any support via studying.

To also remove and adopt children who don�t have their parents for example orphans. This is done to reduce the street children in Uganda.

It was also formed to cater for street children for example removing them from the street to better homes and also to educate them.

Promoting and encouraging education to families affected by HIV/AIDS especially orphans left through provision of school fees, uniforms, scholastic materials to re-enter formal education.

Provision of basic needs i.e. food, clothing medical care, etc to children heading families and children with disabilities, etc in various communities in the district and neighboring districts.

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We have twenty children living with HIV/AIDS

and we provide ARVs to them you do the same

CAUSES OF STREET CHILDREN IN UGANDA

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Abuse:

Many of the street children who have run away from home have done so

because they were beaten or sexually abused. Tragically, their homelessness

can lead to further abuse through exploitative child labour and prostitution.



2: Mistreatment of children within the family setting, breakdown of

traditional care systems for orphans, children beyond parental control,

failure of extended family systems to care for orphans and peer pressure are

some of the reasons children end up living on the streets instead of within

a family setting.



3: The problem of street children has persisted because of increasing household

poverty, especially in urban areas. Children of the urban poor are taking to

the streets to earn their bread.



4: The limited opportunities for families in rural areas of have forced

some people to give their children to caregivers who transport them to

urban areas and engage them in street begging.



5: This strange practice has gained ground in certain parts of Uganda

and it is known as �borrowing� of children.



6: Other reasons include rapid urbanisation associated with the collapse

of rural economy, HIV/AIDS orphanhood, wrong perception that life in

a big city would be easy and fun, and increasing levels of domestic violence

in the country making children to abandon their homes for safe homes.

Child prostitution

Child prostitution is the practice whereby a child sells his or her body for sexual activities in return for remuneration.

Most of these girls end up into commercial sex unknowingly, especially when they are picked from villages and are promised better jobs but they instead end up in brothels and bars where they are intimidated until they finally accept the �business�.

Child prostitution abrogates a child�s right to dignity, equality, autonomy, physical and mental well-being; and exposes them to HIV, unwanted pregnancies and a life of misery. From the testimonies, many are in this business, not by choice, but rather because they are forced into it.

Child prostitution is a problem of an unknown magnitude, which undermined the dignity of children human rights and destroys their future

EDUCATION

WE WANT TO SEE EVERY GIRL EVERY CHILD EDUCATED

We provide scholaristic material to the children at every beginning of the term

We all believe that children are our future and that is why

We need to protect them. we know that No child is born
to sleep on the street. No child is born to die, No child is
born to eat on rubbish pit. protecting children we protect
the future.

We are calling upon all child right defenders to support
TCLM Uganda in providing care and love to orphans and
vulnerable children in Uganda. provide accommodation to our adopted children
by building for them rooms

Our founder was recognized as an advocate for children.

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MEN TAKE THE LEAD IN PROTECTING OUR GIRLS. THEY NEED CARE AND LOVE

DON�T MAKE THEM SLAVES AND DON�T EXPLOIT THEM GIVE THEM A SENSE

OF PRIDE.

TCLM CAMPAIGNING AGAINST CHILD MARRIAGE AND TEENAGE PREGNANCY IN BUGIRI

NAMUDOLA SARAH CHILD MOTHER

Dropped out of school after she conceived now her future is uncertain

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Domestic violence is is a danger for children photo by Baliraine Joseph.

OUR LOVE FOR CHILDREN AND WOMEN SAVES THE WORLD

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TELL PARENTS NOT TO SEND YOUNG CHILDREN INTO BUSINESS THEY SHOULD BE AT SCHOOL

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MARRIED COUPLE WITH FIVE CHILDREN FIGHTS OVER HARVEST SHARES

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�Why do some kids fight so hard against authority,
as if giving up control is equal to drowning?"

What�s Your Child�s Style of Defiance?

On the other hand, defiance may be hard to pinpoint. Your daughter appears to follow your rules initially, but then goes behind your back and
does something completely different. The fight doesn�t come when the directive or rule is given but instead it comes later, after she�s been caught
disobeying. Whatever a child�s style of defiance may be,it can leave parents, teachers and other authority figures feeling frustrated, angry and unsure
how to respond.

Why do some kids fight so hard against authority, as if giving up control is equal to drowning? Possibly because that�s exactly how it feels to them.
We often look to the why in order to figure out how to change the behavior. Personality can certainly play a role � some people hate rules and authority
their whole lives. Other factors can include depression, anxiety, ADHD or other conditions that may contribute to a child struggling with behavior.

Our director can help you to fix your child�s behavior.

We support sustainable development by preserving the environment

Partner with us.

Volunteer with tclm Uganda. Either from organization or individual

You can make child happy through your heart full giving

Send scholasatic material to our children

We follow Christian principles

Contact us and be part of us





NOTE: We encourage you to send message to all our email addresses to prevent a con-man or hacker. We will reply to you during working days.

Address: Bugiri town eastern Uganda
Nkusi street

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Telephone

+256784034465 or +256703272828


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Sent to the Internet: 3 January 2014 edited by Marlin Hansbrough