Our Priorities

Prioritizing adolescent health

This important initiative is crucial. For many girls and women in the country, gender discrimination is all too common.

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Prioritizing adolescent health

Ending Adolescent AIDS

Although efforts have been taken to stem the rising tide of HIV among youth, success is limited, and adolescent girls are at a clear disadvantage

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Ending Adolescent AIDS

Mentor a girl close to home

A growing poverty rate, poor-performing schools, and teen violence make it tough to be a girl growing up in the Uganda.

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Mentor a girl close to home

Provide the ticket to education: clean water

Did you know that girls in poor communities often miss school because of a lack of clean water in their village?

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Provide the ticket to education: clean water

Support girls and women in crisis

Millions of girls are subjected to abuse, child labor, sex trafficking, child marriage, and other offenses.

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Support girls and women in crisis

Power of Partnership

It is imperative that we partner help the adolescents by empowering them to make good decisions for thier own physical and sexual health.

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Power of Partnership

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Join us in the fight against global poverty and inequalities. Together we can create lasting sustainable change. Learn about how you can get involved.

what our individual Donors say about us

Dave t. Bonner
Dave t. BonnerUnited kingdom

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

Cathy Bonner
Cathy BonnerUnited Kingdom

I didnot know how useful giving inkind was! not until i gave basic items to SCOEN Uganda for the children inneed and the photo excited me.

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