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Nyombi Joy
Joyland Deliquency Prevention Project
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About Me:
I am forensic criminologist with the vision of creating a crime free generation so i devoted myself to help communities deal with crime through proactive programmes in Uganda. I started non government and non-profit project the first of kind in Uganda to empower society to prevent juvenile delinquency while upholding children's rights.
My dream:
I harbor a strong conviction that a crime free society enables children to fulfill their personal dreams and improves the livelihood of the community as whole.
I'm proud of:
For the last one year we have helped the community to prevent crime, enabled children to stay in school and we have advocated for children's rights. The rates of victimization and commission of juvenile delinquency have dropped in my community by 27%

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Joyland Delinquency Prevention Project

Posted on February 18, 2014 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Warm greetings from Joyland Delinquency Prevention Project based in Uganda.

My name is Nyombi Joy, working with the above mentioned project based

in Uganda and am writing to you to share the following:

The Project is based in Mukungwe Sub-county Masaka District in Uganda.

The Project was established by criminologists and parents of childrenwho had got in conflict with the law so as to find…


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At 6:34pm on February 15, 2014, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Nyombi,

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