A Qualitative Study of Risks and Protective Factors for Violence against Children living in Residential Care Institutions (RCIs) in Uganda

This qualitative study of risks and protective factors for violence against children living in Residential Care Institutions (RCIs) for children is part of the wider qualitative study on violence against children in Uganda. The study complements the national wellness survey that sought to measure the prevalence of violence against children in households, schools and the community from a quantitative perspective

A Qualitative Study of Risks and Protective Factors for Violence against Children living in Residential Care Institutions (RCIs) in Uganda

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Title: The Effect of Covid-19 on the Wellbeing of Children in Uganda, 2021


Author (s): Firminus Mugumya, Amy Ritterbusch, Neil Boothby, Joyce Wanican, Timothy Opobo, Noah Nyende, Sarah Meyer and Clare Bangirana
 
Year of Publication: 2017
 
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