Government Statement on adoption

The Ugandan government believes that it is best for all children to grow up in families. Assistant Commissioner for Children James Kaboggoza explains why…

“We believe that the best place for a child to grow up is in a family, in a community setting. Too many children are growing up separated from their families or orphaned, living in child care institutions.

If children grow up in institutions, they lose the meaning in their life. If they grow up in a family they learn how to love, they learn how to live with one another, they learn their duties and become responsible citizens of tomorrow. They have a sense of belonging.

We encourage Ugandan citizens to open their hearts and homes to children who have no families of their own and ,
make a place for them within their own family.” James Kabogozza, Assistant Commissioner for Children

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