The recruitment, movement and eventual exploitation of children which occurs within Uganda as well as across the borders. The children may end up working as child domestic workers (CDWs), street beggars, bar and restaurant attendants, sex workers, strippers and vendors. Others work at fish landing sites or on agricultural plantations.
Such child labour is deemed to constitute the ‘worst forms of child labour’.
Where to report instances of child trafficking:
- The Police (Child and Family Protection Unit)
- The Local Council
- The District Labour Officer
- Courts of law including Industrial Court
- Justice Centres Uganda
- SAUTI 116 (Child Helpline)