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It is every child’s birth rights to acquire psychological, spiritual and basic needs in everyday life. However, there are many factors limiting Uganda’s children to access these needs.

The following are the limitations;

Uganda’s population living below the national poverty line is at 31.1%, so this means that many Ugandans find it difficult to make ends meet.
Source: World Bank 2006.

Uganda’s population living below the national poverty line is at 31.1%, so this means that many Ugandans find it difficult to make ends meet.
Source: World Bank 2006.

Uganda was greatly affected by HIV/AIDS especially greater Masaka region because it is where it started from and many children were left orphans. Today HIV/AIDS still exists and is killing people leaving many orphans in the region. 30 million Ugandans living in rural areas are mainly subsistence farmers. They are too poor to access health care.
Source: Bulamu Health Care.

16% of the total population in the central Uganda is stressed. This population has inadequate food for consumption and cannot afford some essential commodities such as soap, salt, clean water, and fuel.
Source: Integrated Food Security phase 2, 2017