Help End Cild Marriage in Uganda

Why helps SCOEN to amplify girls voices

At Share Child Opportunity Eastern and Northern Uganda (SCOEN), we areapproaching the problem of child marriage utilizing a multi-dimensional approach – addressing education, gender based-violence, social norms, and providing income generation opportunities. 

Today young women like Isiku are changing the community!

My name is Isiku and I am 23 years old. I live in Arapai and I am a change at SCOEN. I became an activist because as someone who experienced challenges of teen pregnancy, I wanted to help put an end to early child marriage and teen pregnancies. At SCOEN I am a Champion of Change facilitator on ending child marriages, promoting gender equality and children’s rights.

For the movement that aims to end early, child and forced marriage, I wish to see all those children who were involved to make it back to school and succeed in life. I would like to continue sensitizing communities on the importance of education and the danger of getting pregnant at an early age. One day, I would like to become a Community Developer of SCOEN because I have seen so many activities that needs more attention in our communities.

While we have made some great strides, SCOEN still has a lot to accomplish.

We need your support to Girls Parliament to end child marriage in Uganda

Would you consider donating $ 25 to help us achieve our mission?

If you have any questions, I would be happy to provide you with more information about how you can help support our work at SCOEN.

We greatly appreciate your donation, and it will be used to create a platform that promotes critical reflection and allows for questioning of beliefs, myths, and practices in order to realize a change in social norms, accelerating the reduction of child marriage and gender-based violence. If you wish to contribute, please follow the link Girls Parliament to end child marriage in Uganda

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