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Welcome: Guest Country: Uganda Financial Year: 2013/2014
Institution: Ministry Of Gender Labor and Social Development Region/Zone: HeadQuarters
Welcome to Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children Management Information & Evaluation System (OVCMIS)
Sun, 20 Apr 2014
   
Welcome to the Ministry of Gender, Labour & Social Development (MGLSD) Management Information System for Orphans and other Vulnerable children (OVCMIS).
The main objective of the OVCMIS is to measure progress towards achieving the goal of the National Strategic Program Plan of OVC Interventions (NSPPI). The OVC National Implementation Unit (OVCNIU) in the Ministry coordinates the national effort for OVC. Over 4,000 non-government, civil society, faith-based and community organizations support this national effort by providing care and support for OVC. The OVCMIS is a central hub for OVC related data in Uganda.
National OVC Cross cutting Situation Indicators for the year 2012
  1. Total Population of children in Uganda also reflected as a per cent of the total Ugandan population -19,566,430 children based on UBOS population Projections for 2012. Generally the percentage of children to the population is 56%.
  2. 52% of the population is under 15 years of age
  3. Less than one percent of children under age 5 tested positive for HIV (AIDS Indicator Survey 2011).
  4. Percentage of children under age 18 who are orphans (11.5% UDHS 2011)
  5. Percentage of children under age 18 who are vulnerable(38% UNHS 2009/10)
  6. 19% of the children not living with biological parent (UDHS ,2011)
  7. Number of children who live without an adult care-giver 32,000.
  8. Percentage of Children living below the poverty line
    • Over 30% of children live in economic poverty
    • In terms of access to water, but 28% of children were deprived of safe water by 2009.
    • Nearly one in ten children (8.7%) lack access to any toilet.
    • 0.7% of children under the age of 5 years are infected with HIV/AIDS.
    • Under five mortality rate is 90 per 1000 i.e. 98 for female and 114 for males.
    • Infant mortality rate is 54 per 1000 i.e. 59 for females and 70 for males
    • Percentage of children under 5 sleeping under insecticide treated bed nets is 42.8 i.e. 44 females and 41.6 males.
    • Proportion of 1 year-old children immunized against measles is 75.8 i.e. 76.6 for females and 74.8 for males
    • Ratio of girls to boys in primary education is 1.0
    • . Ratio of girls to boys in secondary education is 1.1
    • Ratio of girls to boys in tertiary education is 0.7
  9. Percentage of children living with elderly caregivers (F)
  10. (51 per cent of children are living with both parents, 23 per cent live with their mothers and not their fathers, per cent live with their fathers and not their mothers. 9 per cent of children under age 18 have lost their biological fathers, 4 per cent have lost their mothers, and 2 per cent have lost both parents (‘double orphans’). (Uganda AIDS Indicator Survey, 2011),
  11. Percentage of children engaged in child labour (25% i.e. 28% for males and 24% females, UNHS 2009/10).
  12. Child labour was highest among children in the age group of 5-11 years (34%).
  13. Over 32,130 children between the ages of 10 to 17 head households
  14. Over 40,000 children live in residnetial care facilities like children’s homes (Alternative Care Assessment by the MGLSD, 2012).
  15. Number of children living with HIV/AIDS (150,000)
  16. Overall, 4 percent of those in the age 15-24 are living with HIV. However, there is a gender gap; HIV
  17. prevalence among women age 15-24 years is 5 percent, while among men, it is only 2 percent. Prevalence rises rapidly with age, especially among women (Uganda AIDS Indicator Survey 2011).
  18. 30% of children of 0-5 years have their births registered (USDH 2011)
  19. A tiny fraction of children under age 5 are HIV-positive— 0.7 percent (Uganda AIDS Indicator Survey 2011).
  20. 18% of women between the ages of 15‐19 are already mothers and another 6% are pregnant with their first child showing levels of child mothers (UDHS 2011)
  21. Infant mortality rate is 54 deaths per 1,000 live births (UDHS, 2011)
  22. Under‐five mortality rate is 90 deaths per 1,000 live births (UDHS, 2011)
  23. Childhood mortality is generally higher among children of less educated mothers and those on the poorest households. Also Child mortality is highest among children born less than 2 years after a previous birth and those born to mothers under age 20. (UDHS, 2011)
  24. Maternal mortality ratio is 438 deaths per 100,000 live births (UDHS, 2011).
  25. Net attendance ratio in primary education is 81% (UDHS 2011) ( 81.0 % for Males and 81.1% for girls). The rate is based on reported attendance, not enrollment, in primary education among primary school age children (6-12 year-olds). The rate also includes children of primary school age enrolled in secondary education. This is proxy for MDG indicator 2.1, Net enrollment ratio.
  26. among children age 10-14 whose parents are both alive and who are living with one or both parents, 96 percent attended school during the 2011 school year, compared with 84 percent of children who have lost both parents (‘double orphans’)(Uganda AIDS Indicator Survey 2011).
  27. The ratio of school attendance among orphaned to non-orphaned children is 0.88. This implies that double orphans have a disadvantage in school attendance compared with children who are living with one or both parents.