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Child Education

Every child has the right to education, Investing in child ’ education brings brighter future for the child’s family and community since this child has turned into a good citizen not a problem to the community whereby he /she would have been a thief /threat when is not employed simply because he/she did not acquire education for the future. : Educated children  make informed decisions about their maternal health, delay motherhood, raise fewer and healthier children and will make sure they receive a quality education. The result: wealthier families and communities.

In many developing countries, country like Uganda many  children does not go to school. in places where some schools are far ,Despite of free primary Education in Uganda , these kids are not provided with scholastic materials , welfare support, uniforms and development fund charged per child, thus these children ended up of not going to school.CCEDUC with support from welwishers have initated a school for these vulnerable kids where they are taught under a tree as they were not going to school becasue of the above factors so there is need for a helping hand /sponsors helping these poor children acquire quality education, through construction of orphanage centre, class room blocks, provison of school fees ,scholastic materials ,uniforms and welfare suport since they are parentless , neglected  without helping hands.
Help them learn, help them  earn

We work with individuals, families, teachers, communities, governments, local partners and advocacy groups to create powerful education initiatives that are crucial to fighting poverty.

Through our support girls begin to transform their lives. They learn more than simply to read and write: they learn to respect themselves. And those with parents change too. Many women formerly believed that girls were best suited for housework and other chores however, we have collected evidence and this attitude is changing. After witnessing their daughters’ newly discovered confidence and abilities, fathers are allowing greater mobility for daughters, and boys have also become advocates for their sisters.

Currently, the program supports 75 needy children i.e. 40 girls and 35 boys . This program is supported by resources raised from our university volunteer friends and art and craft project. 100% of the resources raised for this program are utilized according to properly set out work plans. If you would like to support any of our children with their education, feel free to contact us at carecommunityeducation@gmail.com or you can reach directly to the Director at this Email; innocent074@gmail.com

 

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