Hope and Peace for Humanity, UgandaHope and Peace for Humanity, Uganda
The organisation's mission is to work towards empowering people in Northern Uganda to take better control of their social and economic lives by ensuring their active participation in development activities for self-reliance. our values are Accountabi... Read more
The organisation's mission is to work towards empowering people in Northern Uganda to take better control of their social and economic lives by ensuring their active participation in development activities for self-reliance. our values are Accountability and Transparency, Teamwork and Stewardship, Confidentiality, Commitment, Integrity and respect for Humanity and Sound Information Management are what define as as an operating organisation.
Hope and Peace for Humanity, Uganda envisions a socioeconomically empowered community with persons whose rights are recognized and upheld. The goal is to reduce the negative impacts of the Northern Uganda civil conflict particularly the spread of HIV/AIDS by promoting awareness and the overall well-being of people through increasing access to healthcare, education, livelihood economic empowerment and peace building for self-reliance.
As an organisation, we have four strategic intervention areas as below;
Reproductive Health, Maternal Health, Child Health and HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Support
Increased livelihoods opportunities and economic empowerment.
Access and retention of children in school and employability of youth.
Quality and Effective Internal Process to Support Strategic Plan
Currently we are supporting 87 conflicted affected children with 65% girls and 35% boys to access quality education at primary, secondary, University and tertiary learning centres. Under accelerated education learning program we are managing 35 centres termed speed schools of 875 children, 25 early childhood development centres (ECDs) of 965 learners. Through community livelihood and economic empowerment we are working with 70 village saving and loan associations (VSLA) groups. These are community groups comprising of 30 members per group whose interests are to improve on their household incomes through engaging in income generating activities.