Vincent Lwanga from Vine International School facilitated about viewing a child as an end product; he urged the teachers to always ask themselves the kind of products they are giving to the country. He motivated the teachers to see children as future doctors, lawyers, among others. “What a teacher imparts to his/ her pupils determines what they will turn out to be in future,” Vincent added.
Charles Ssenoga Wells of Hope High School head teacher facilitated about self-esteem. He defined self-esteem as a person’s belief in their worth and value. He went ahead to explain it as a feeling of satisfaction that someone has in himself/herself and his /her own abilities. Self-esteem is not fixed.
At the end of the workshop, they signed the Wells of Hope Child Protection Behavior code as a way of committing themselves to protecting the children.