Early Child Labour in Buliisa
Early Child Labour in Buliisa – Child protection threatened
Children are finding themselves with limited choices during a context where they can’t attend school and aren’t allowed to play freely with their friends. Additionally, many families resort to having their children leave in look for paid employment.
There are many children whose life situation has completely changed during this point. most especially in the fishing villages from Wanseko to Butiaba, they need to become contributors to their households’ income so as to seek out food.
Although schools are closed, some children missing the varsity atmosphere often feel the urge to revise their lessons reception during the lockdown. However, the various tasks they’re called upon to contribute to disrupting their learning because they need to prioritize what should contribute to increased financial resources for his or her families. Children are during a situation where they need to contribute to family income through income-generating activities.”
Between hope and desolation
Most of the youngsters interviewed during this story would really like to enhance their living conditions; which should include the resumption of their education as an online school does not reach all the rural areas of Uganda and it makes it very difficult for the rural children.