Share Child Opportunity Eastern and Northern Uganda (SCOEN)

Advancing Girls and Young Women Leadership

Our Focus

Advancing Girl’s Leadership

Girls' rights and gender equality Challenging social norms and attitudes to achieve trans-formative change for girls and their communities. Globally,…

End Harmful Practices

Harmful practices, such as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and child marriage are violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms. What…

Support girls and women in crisis

Millions of girls are subjected to abuse, child labor, trafficking, child marriage, and other offenses. Your gift will go where…

Our Strategy

We want to fulfil the promise of the 2030 Global Goals and strive for a just world that advances children's rights and equality for girls. Our strategy is to work with vulnerable children and especially girls so that they can learn, lead, decide and thrive. Within the strategy we have an ambition to transform…

Our Priorities

Our Priorities in Girls

Helping to end cycles of gender-based Millions of girls are subjected to abuse, child labor, trafficking, child marriage, and other offenses. Your gift will go where it’s needed most, protecting girls and women by equipping skilled, local staff to offer training, education, counseling, medical care, small business loans, and other programs that reach women and girls as well as boys

Helping to end cycles of gender-based violence.

Latest Causes

A thoughtful and kind individual in my team wanted donation to this charity instead of receiving wedding presents. She connected…

I didnot know how useful giving inkind was! not until i gave basic items to SCOEN Uganda for the children…

I didn’t know how many people work at SCOEN, so I drew a lot to show how much SCOEN programmes…

Latest Blogs

Serving COVID-19 in sickle-children

Compassion hearts is a call for community to step up, find little ways to help Sickle cell anemia children during COVID-19. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has meant the Sickle cell anemia children we support have been disconnected from us for long now. These families are not equipped to deal with the pandemic. With all diseases, the Sickle cell anemia child is always most at risk. We need to provide information, essential items and support to ensure these families we support are safe.