COVID-19 Response in Uganda: Keeping Children Learning and Safe While Schools are Closed

At this critical time, it is vital that international governments and donors increase funding to enable children in Uganda to continue learning. The closure of 51,000 institutions to prevent COVID-19 has left 15 million children out of school and facing increased risk of violence, exploitation and abuse. Closing schools must not mean suspending learning. There are evidenced home, community and media-based methods to ensure that children can keep learning and safe. Funding is urgently needed to ensure that these are in place from the start of the response before the opportunity closes.

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Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
Finn Church Aid
Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS)
Save the Children
War Child
Humanity and Inclusion, PALM Corps, Street Child, ZOA


Safe Schools and Learning Environments
Teaching and Learning