Data were collected using a survey conducted in three of five divisions of Kampala between April and July 2019. The three divisions of Makindye, Central and Rubaga were purposively selected based on the presence of stable congregation venues for street children and youth guided by the pre-survey mapping exercise. Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, serves as the major commercial centre in the country with approximately 1,583,000 residents, of which 28.2% are aged 15 to 24 years with an annual growth rate of 2% [24]. Kampala hosts the highest number of street children and serves as a major migration hub in Uganda, characterized by vibrant rental markets and widespread landlordism.

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