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“Children are innocent. It’s not their fault for what they are going through. That has really made me push and love my work.” – George, Bantwana Intern

Meet Edmond, Elvis, Eva, George, Aliyu and Helen; they are smart and ambitious young people dedicating their prodigious talents to improve the lives of highly vulnerable children and youth in Uganda’s East Central Region. They are Interns and Locums with the Bantwana Initiative.

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“It is so important to help children; every child has goals and ideas and, given a good chance, they can do great things.” – Elvis, Bantwana Intern

Bantwana’s youth employment program works at two critical points of service delivery intersection. Interns help Community Development Officers (CDOs) respond to families referred for child protection and other services, organize follow-up visits at family homes, and facilitate monthly meetings with health and other community providers to improve service coordination. Locums are assigned to health facilities to help clinic staff improve the systems that track patients and the services they receive. Interns and Locums communicate closely with each other to ensure coordination from clinic to community. For example, if an Intern refers a patient to a health center, theydocument the referral and notify the Locum so that the patient will have a point of contact at the clinic. Conversely, if a patient misses an appointment or doesn’t show up to receive medication, the Locum notifies the Intern, who will often help to track down the patient in theircommunity.

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" Tolerance is an act of humanity, which we must nurture and enact each in our own lives every day, to rejoice in the diversity that makes us strong and the values that bring us together. " - Audrey Azoulay, 16 November 2017

" Non-violence is not a garment to be put on and off at will. Its seat is in the heart, and it must be an inseparable part of our being " - Mahatma Gandhi

UNESCO invites governmental and non-governmental entities, civil society actors and individuals active in strengthening foundations for peace and tolerance to propose candidates for the 2018 UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence.

Extension of deadline: the closing date for submissions is 15 May 2018 at midnight CET.

The purpose of the Prize is to reward individuals, institutions and other entities or non-governmental organizations that have made exceptional contributions and demonstrated leadership in the promotion of tolerance and non-violence.

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