Association for Community Empowerment Solutions (ACESWorld)
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About Association for Community Empowerment Solutions (ACESWorld)
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The mission of the Association for Community Empowerment Solutions (ACESWorld) is to accelerate an end to global poverty by removing the impediments to quality education to create a world of shared prosperity. Empathize We approach every problem by first listening, searching for understanding, and developing a feeling for what it’s like to walk in a person’s shoes. Educate Education is a powerful instrument for reducing poverty and improving health, gender equality, peace, and stability. Nevertheless, 260 million children are still out of primary and secondary school. Empower for Change Girls with little or no education are far more likely to be married as children, suffer domestic violence, live in poverty, and lack a say over household spending or their own health care than their better-educated peers, which harms them, their children, and communities.
Pads for Learning gives girls menstruation information and supplies to manage menstruation in a healthy, safe, and dignified manner, to improve school attendance,
Success For Less Professional Development provides teacher training to help under-resourced in Uganda and Haiti develop classroom management skills and content knowledge to help students living in extreme poverty.
Students Empowered to End Poverty (SEEP) promotes inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all, specifically, global citizenship education including gender equality and human rights to become active participants in projects that address global issues.
Seeds4Seeds - ACESWorld, funded and conducted a multidimensional poverty assessment in Nkoko and Kasindikwa Villages in rural western Uganda and developed a project to help families improve food security. The pilot project provides seeds, fertilizer, and workshops for households best positioned to use this support to produce crops to feed their households to improve food security.
Champions for Human Rights is our annual giving campaign and an opportunity for those committed to peace and gender equality worldwide to have their voices heard and seeks to draw attention to the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights.