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Bethel orphanage care foundation kasese, kampala, Uganda

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Address: Bbethel orphanage care foundation kasese
kampala, 256  
Uganda
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 20
Number of People Being Served: 40
EIN: 1104

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Mission Statement


-The proposed project will deliver a comprehensive ovc service package based on the priority needs of each selected child determined by the vulnerability assessment. The comprehensive package of delivered will cover the CPA’S namely: 1-Food security and Nutrition. 2-Care and support. 3-Education. 4-Child protection. 5-Legal support 6-Strengthening capacity. Approach implementation; Most Vulnerable Children will be selected for support based on vulnerability classification spelt out, ie the national ovc policy. # Building local capacities. # Partnership with District local partners. # out reach. # Integration with Education support project. # Lesson sharing.

Description


The proposed project will deliver a comprehensive OVC service package based on the priority needs of the each selected child as determined by the vulnerability assessment. The comprehensive package is defined by the Uganda National OVC policy developed by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development. It includes nine core program areas (CPAs) under which the proposed interventions fall. The policy also emphasizes delivery of a comprehensive package which covers all the CPAs during implementation. Secondary data will be used to identify sub counties with the most needy children and subsequently based on the selection criteria most vulnerable children will be registered. A vulnerability assessment will be carried out among the registered OVC to determine their individual needs so that they receive targeted services in the spectrum of OVC CPAs.

The proposed project will deliver a comprehensive OVC service package based on the priority needs of the each selected child as determined by the vulnerability assessment. The comprehensive package is defined by the Uganda National OVC policy developed by the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development. It includes nine core program areas (CPAs) under which the proposed interventions fall. The policy also emphasizes delivery of a comprehensive package which covers all the CPAs during implementation. Secondary data will be used to identify sub counties with the most needy children and subsequently based on the selection criteria most vulnerable children will be registered. A vulnerability assessment will be carried out among the registered OVC to determine their individual needs so that they receive targeted services in the spectrum of OVC CPAs.

Mission Statement: -The proposed project will deliver a comprehensive ovc service package based on the priority needs of each selected child determined by the vulnerability assessment. The comprehensive package of delivered will cover the CPA’S namely: 1-Food security and Nutrition. 2-Care and support. 3-Education. 4-Child protection. 5-Legal support 6-Strengthening capacity. Approach implementation; Most Vulnerable Children will be selected for support based on vulnerability classification spelt out, ie the national ovc policy. # Building local capacities. # Partnership with District local partners. # out reach. # Integration with Education support project. # Lesson sharing.

Denominational Affiliations


Pentecostal/Charismatic


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Urban Onramps


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Yes