Play is an important part of a child’s early development. Playing helps young children’s brains to develop and enhance their language and communication skills. Simple games of peek-a-boo, shaking a rattle, or singing a song are much more important than just a way to pass the… Read More »Learning by playing: inclusive primary education for children
A co-creation workshop with Girls Not Brides Girls Not Brides Uganda, a national partnership to end child marriage, invited Cefarh and other organizations to attend a co-creation workshop to build an action plan to end child marriage. More than 30 people worked together, including Cefarh’s… Read More »Ending child marriage
That’s what we do in Cefarh: we help people to find hope and build a better future, one at a time; and sometimes it takes as little as a bicycle tire. Let’s listen to their stories. Wellborn hustling to survive “Who knew I would be… Read More »Changing lives for the better
Global Fund for Children visit on 14-15th October 2022 Global Fund for Children partners with local organizations around the world to help children and youth reach their full potential and advance their rights. In the fight for children’s rights, Global Fund for Children champions bold… Read More »Visits from our partners
Girls Not Brides Uganda (GBNU) is a National alliance with a membership of 103 Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) working at community, district, regional and national levels committed to ending child marriage and enabling girls to fulfill their potential. It has been a key partner to the… Read More »Working together to stop violence against children
Our Foundation works to be a voice for the voiceless and the oppressed: we started with the aim of helping young people affected by HIV/AIDS, reducing teenage pregnancy, and decreasing child marriage, and we added other projects to improve the overall quality of life of… Read More »Skilling school dropout adolescents for self-reliance
We at CEFARH, together with Bishop Asili’s foundation, organized a 4-day training workshop to create a space for religious, teachers, and other people who are in close contact with children to learn how to deal with children and adults affected by trauma.The workshop was sponsored… Read More »Uganda: post-traumatic stress disorder, a new health emergency
“Sponsor a child” is one of our preferred programs for those who want to be helpful to the community in a tangible and simple way.
Unfortunately the conditions created by the second wave of COVID-19 are challenging all of our projects and this one in particular.
A brief report from Lira City.