Our vision is for Children, women and girls in East and Northern Uganda to have equal access, opportunity, and influence in all aspects of their public and private lives. We know that education has the power to transform a child’s life, give them a more prosperous and healthy future, and help their entire community beat poverty and inequality. Education can change everything, we work to give every child the opportunities they need and make sure that nothing stands in their way. Giving back is as simple as one donation, one day, one moment. You can change the tomorrow of someone less fortunate. Whatever you give today, your donation has the power to change the life of a child. Join Us. Our work is only possible because of the support we receive from a wide range of people and institutions around the world. Every penny, shilling or cent counts towards making a big difference. You can make a difference and help children – come and work, volunteer for SCOEN. You can be a part of the team that helps to resource positive impact for disadvantaged children in Uganda!
Giving back is as simple as one donation, one day, one moment. You can change the tomorrow of someone less fortunate. Whatever you give today, your donation has the power to change the life of a child. Join Us.Read More
Our work is only possible because of the support we receive from a wide range of people and institutions around the world. Every penny, shilling or cent counts towards making a big difference.Read More
You can make a difference and help children – come and work, volunteer for SCOEN. You can be a part of the team that helps to resource positive impact for disadvantaged children in Uganda!Read More
Share Child Opportunity Eastern and Northern Uganda abbreviated (SCOEN) is Non-Governmental Organization for children established in April 2010 with its head Office in Soroti district in the Eastern Region of Uganda. It is registered as a Non-Governmental Organization under Section 16 (1) of the Non-governmental Organization under Ministry of Internal Affairs with Registration No. 11419.
Share Child Opportunity Eastern and Northern Uganda is established to undertake social and economic interventions that reduce vulnerability to poverty, disease, hunger and other famines situations, and to contribute to creation of social systems that promote peace, human welfare and the sustainability of the environment on which life depends, including promotion and protection of fundamental human rights in its geographical areas of mandate.
Our portfolio of work is based on the values of child protection motivation and obligation towards building the ability of individuals and communities to draw on a range of assets to effect change, particularly in rural and pre-urban areas where livelihoods depend entirely on the sustainable use of natural resources.
Our strategy for the next decade is to ensure the best care of children, innovate, and unite more partners so that no child grows up alone. This helps us respond to the changing needs in the communities where we work, putting the most disadvantaged children at the centre of all our actions.
Sound management and reporting practices enable us to use the resources entrusted to us in the best ways possible, meet legal requirements, learn from experience, and do the most good for children. Transparency is a vital element in our federation culture. It allows us to learn from our work and from each other.
Our scope of work is the Eastern and Northern Uganda. However initial programming may focus Soroti, Amuria, Katakwi, Moroto and Serere Districts. Soroti District was chosen because is the most cosmopolitan in the sense that residents immigrated from all over the rest of Region.
Share Child Opportunity Eastern and Northern Uganda is working hard to help children get the education they deserve, but we couldn’t do it without the dedicated supporters that make our work possible. People just like you.
Summary SCOEN plans to connect tap water to Akaikai Primary School which is a government aided school found in Soroti, Uganda and the only better performing school. Akaikai has…Read More
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Onesmus Twinamasiko, a member of Uganda’s parliament, sparked national outrage by stating in a television interview that men should beat their wives. Twinamasiko was…Read More
At SCOEN, we know that we can make the greatest difference to children’s lives by working with other organisations, combining our expertise and experience for greater impact.
We receive income in the form of grants from governments, trusts and companies. These funding partnerships allow us to run more, better quality programmes around the world supporting more children and their communities.