Calendar
[Our Schedule]
25-26 Nov 2020, Programme
First Day
25 Nov 2020
8.00 am - 9.00 am
Welcome Remarks
Welcome remarks and Conference aims
Presented by: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
9.00 am - 10.00 am
Official opening of the learning Event
Official opening of the learning Event by the Chief Guest
10.00 am - 10.30 am
Key note address
Violence Against Children during and post Covid-19: Implications for child wellbeing.
Presenter: Stella Ayo - Odongo, Coordinator, Africa Partnership to End Violence against children
10.30 am - 10.40 am
Q&A
Q&A Session
10.40 am - 11.00 am
Break
Break
11.00 am - 11.30 am
Plenary presentation
Strengthening systems for Child wellbeing during & post COVID-19 Context in Uganda.
Presenter: Birgithe Lund – Henriksen, Chief , Child protection, UNICEF, Uganda Country Office
11.30 am - 11.50 am
Q&A
Q&A Session
11.50 am - 12.20 pm
Plenary presentation
Implications of Covid-19 on children’s education and learning in Uganda.
Presenter: Dr. Mary Goretti Nakabugo, Executive Director, Uwezo Uganda
12.20 pm - 12.45 pm
Q&A
Q&A Session
12.45 pm - 2.00 pm
LUNCH
Lunch Break
2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Presentations: Authors based on Abstracts
Presentations will be running concurrently from 2:00 – 4:00pm in 6 breakaway rooms.
Please choose one session from each time slot
4.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Plenary and Closing

Day 1 Breakaway Sessions

Time Sessions for  Breakaway Room  1 Session  for Breakaway Room 2 Session  for Breakaway Room 3
2:00- 2:40
WEDPA 100 Strengthening Child Protection systems in the Context of COVID-19 in Uganda: Data-driven virtual technical assistance to the government Social Service Workforce to strengthen protection response.

Presenter: Barbra Aber

Catholic Relief Services

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WEDPA 200 Parenting Programming in Uganda: a mapping of the actors, motivations, coverage and evidence of effectiveness

 Presenter: Firminus Mugumya

Makerere University

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WEDPI 500   Protecting Children from violence, abuse & neglect in the home during and post COVID19:  The Remnant Generation’s Peer-Peer skilling & sensitisation Project

Presenter: Annabelle Nakabiri Ssebakijje

The Remnant Generation

Moderator:

2:40- 3:10
WEDPA 300   The Effect of COVID-19 on Prevention and Response services to VAC in Uganda

 Presenter: Clare Bangirana

Africhild Centre

 

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WEDPI 400   Reintegration of children in residential care: readiness, motivations and experiences of children and care institutions participating in the ACCoSS project in Uganda

Presenter : Godfrey Siu

Makerere University Child Health and Development Centre

WEDPI 600 Our Parents Do Not Know” Homes schooling fatigue among refugee children during COVID-19 induced lockdown

 

Presenter: Onen David Ongwech,

Refugee Law Project

Moderator:

3:10- 4:00
 WEDPI 700 Protecting Children through Child Self-Study Plus Groups during & Post COVID-19

 Presenter: Michael Moses Mogowa

World Education, Inc./Bantwana

 

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WEDPI 800 Building the Agency of Girls to Protect Themselves

 Presenter: Justine Nuwagaba

World Education Inc./Bantwana

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WEDPI 0130 Child wellbeing: Using Parenting without Violence Common Approach to address VAC at Home during COVID – 19

Presenter: Barbara Lukyamuzi

Save the children

Second Day
26 Nov, 2020
8.30 am - 9.00 am
Welcome Remarks
Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
9.00 am - 9.30 am
Presentation
Multi-sectoral response and coordination to child wellbeing during and post COVID -19.
Presenter: Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development
9.30 am - 9.50 am
Q&A
Q&A Session
9.50 am - 10.20 am
Plenary presentation
Psycho social wellbeing of Children during and post COVID-19 context in Uganda.
Presenter: Patrick Onyango Mangen, CEO, Regional Psycho Social Support Initiative (REPSSI)
10.20 am - 10.40 am
Q&A
Q&A Session
10.40 am - 11.00 am
Break
Break
11.00 am - 11.30 am
Plenary presentation
Coordinated funding for children services during and post COVID-19: Towards Child wellbeing in Uganda.
Presenter: Rossette Sayson Meya, Human Rights, Safeguards, Gender and Social Inclusion Advisor, CIG UKAID
11.30 am - 11.50 am
Q&A
Q&A Session
11.50 am - 12.20 pm
Plenary presentation
The essential role of the Social Service Workforce in Child wellbeing during and beyond COVID-19 in Uganda.
Presenter: Dr. Janestic Twikirize, Senior Lecturer, Department of Social work and Social Administration, Makerere University
12.20 am - 12.40 am
Q&A
Q&A Session
12.40 pm - 2.00 pm
LUNCH
Lunch Break
2.00 pm - 3.10 pm
Presentations: Authors based on Abstracts
Presentations will be running concurrently from 2:00 – 3:10pm in 7 breakaway rooms.
Please choose one session from each time slot

Day 2 Breakaway Sessions

Time

Sessions for  Breakaway

Room 1

Sessions for  Breakaway

Room 2

Sessions for  Breakaway Room 3
2:00- 2:40
THUPI 900 Child protection approaches during and post COVID-19: A practitioner’s perspective

 Presenter Nshakira Keren

Child’s I Foundation

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THUPI 0100 Harnessing information communication technology to promote positive coping mechanism among children, families and communities amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. A reflection of what has worked in a national youth-led advocacy intervention coordinated by NASWU with support from CRS/4Children

Presenter : Ssekate John Mary

National Association of Social Workers of Uganda

THUPI 0110 A Mechanism for Addressing Child Protection Issues in Schools and Communities

Presenter: Aliyu Wamboga

World Education, Inc./Bantwana

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2:40- 3:10
THUPI 0120. Examines the issues that children may face and what is being done as Uganda implement lockdown and stay home orders to curb the spread of COVID-19.

 Presenter: Peninah Kia

TPO

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THUPI 0131. Strengthening communities and families beyond the crisis - Learnings from a community led child protection response to COVID-19 and emerging child protection threats beyond the pandemic.

Presenter: Aloysious Okiror

Child’s I Foundation

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THUPI 132.  Children as Active Participants in Violence Prevention During COVID-19: Lessons from Using the Child Friendly Accountability Approach

Presenter: Dorah Musiimire

Child Fund

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