Uganda is one of the African countries most affected by HIV epidemics and arrests due to social, economic and political problems. AIDS/HIV has claimed lives of millions of Ugandans leaving a lot of children parentless. On the other hand, children of Convicts and suspects remanded dropout of schools on grounds of financial constraints. In Uganda, normally, several people are detained after being arrested before their trial. Typically, a suspect will only be remanded if it is likely that they could commit a serious crime, interfere with the investigation, or fail to turn up in court, but nowadays, detention has been driven by forces of political, social, and economic misunderstanding thereby leaving most children at the risk of dropping out of school. Nonetheless, several suspects are convicted on false and doctored evidence.
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