The role played by international organizations in provision of physiological support to orphans in Kampala, Uganda: a case of United Nations International Children Emergency Fund

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Kampala International University, College of Humanities and Social Science
This was a study about role played by International organization in provision of physiological needs to orphans. It was conducted in UNICEF located in Kampala Uganda. The objectives of the study were to find out the role played by IOs. In provisions of physiological needs to orphans, challenges that orphan face and lastly the possible remedies to help the orphans overcome the challenges. The sample used was purposive sampling this is because it enables the researcher to satisfy the purpose of researcher process. The respondents included directors form the organization, human resource manager, country representatives and other employees from the organization. The methods used to collect data included interview guides and focus group discussion. The study found that there were few opportunities for orphans in education compared to other children they were looked as the cause of demise to their parents death. It recommended that the orphans should improve their self-esteem and be accountable for their action.
A dissertation submitted to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of Bachelor of Development Studies of Kampala International University
International organizations, Physiological support