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Empower And Care Organization (EACO), Mukono town Kampala city, Uganda

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Address: P.O Box 2784 Kampala, Uganda East Africa EACO is situated in the Mukono District in central Uganda
Mukono town Kampala city, 256  
Uganda
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 30
Number of People Being Served: 8000
EIN: MG/2006/10/294
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Mission Statement


The mission of EACO is to reduce poverty and HIV/AIDS through economic empowerment, educational opportunities and support for disadvantaged groups. Their activities are targeted toward vulnerable women, especially widows and those living with HIV/AIDS; vulnerable children, youth, and the elderly.

Description


Empower and Care Organization (EACO) was founded in 2004 at the community level and was registered as a Community Based Organization (CBO) in 2006. EACO provides physical and psychosocial support to marginalized and at-risk women, vulnerable children and orphans, youth and the elderly living in the Mukono district. EACO also campaigns for poverty, HIV/AIDS and human awareness and provides direct support to children who have been orphaned as a result of the poverty, HIV/AIDS, violence, displacement war, or conflict. In addition to providing orphans with school supplies in addition to that EACO has established and created income-generating opportunities for women, vulnerable children and orphans, youth and the elderly living in the Mukono district and Maracha district in West Nile. Organizational Objectives To stimulate, promote, and support economic activities in rural communities that improve quality of life for disadvantaged and marginalized persons; and Human Rights To prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and mitigate its effects; Increase access to potable water and sanitation facilities. To improve agricultural production by making necessary resources available; To build and strengthen the capacity of community groups in order to improve upon management and planning at the local level To build and strengthen strategic partnerships to maximize and effect change; and To mobilize resources and facilities from key stakeholders, government, and donors so as to implement community programs. To improve on the health and sanitation of the community by bringing safe clean water. To encourage everyone involved in sacrificing children or anybody that contributes towards making child sacrifice successful to stop this gruesome activity. We have a belief that every human being is a unique individual and that we all have a right to good health and basic needs and should access means to a comfortable life in one way or another. EACO is committed to a development process that promotes equality. EACO believes in and strives to uphold the rights and dignity of all people especially in the rural communities. EACO upholds principles of stewardship with its resources and is committed to support vulnerable children and disadvantaged people fight poverty, ignorance and diseases such as Malaria and HIV/AIDS.

Empower and Care Organization (EACO) was founded in 2004 at the community level and was registered as a Community Based Organization (CBO) in 2006. EACO provides physical and psychosocial support to marginalized and at-risk women, vulnerable children and orphans, youth and the elderly living in the Mukono district. EACO also campaigns for poverty, HIV/AIDS and human awareness and provides direct support to children who have been orphaned as a result of the poverty, HIV/AIDS, violence, displacement war, or conflict. In addition to providing orphans with school supplies in addition to that EACO has established and created income-generating opportunities for women, vulnerable children and orphans, youth and the elderly living in the Mukono district and Maracha district in West Nile. Organizational Objectives To stimulate, promote, and support economic activities in rural communities that improve quality of life for disadvantaged and marginalized persons; and Human Rights To prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and mitigate its effects; Increase access to potable water and sanitation facilities. To improve agricultural production by making necessary resources available; To build and strengthen the capacity of community groups in order to improve upon management and planning at the local level To build and strengthen strategic partnerships to maximize and effect change; and To mobilize resources and facilities from key stakeholders, government, and donors so as to implement community programs. To improve on the health and sanitation of the community by bringing safe clean water. To encourage everyone involved in sacrificing children or anybody that contributes towards making child sacrifice successful to stop this gruesome activity. We have a belief that every human being is a unique individual and that we all have a right to good health and basic needs and should access means to a comfortable life in one way or another. EACO is committed to a development process that promotes equality. EACO believes in and strives to uphold the rights and dignity of all people especially in the rural communities. EACO upholds principles of stewardship with its resources and is committed to support vulnerable children and disadvantaged people fight poverty, ignorance and diseases such as Malaria and HIV/AIDS.

Mission Statement: The mission of EACO is to reduce poverty and HIV/AIDS through economic empowerment, educational opportunities and support for disadvantaged groups. Their activities are targeted toward vulnerable women, especially widows and those living with HIV/AIDS; vulnerable children, youth, and the elderly.

Organizational Statement of Faith


Our statement of faith is that every human being is a unique individual and that we all have a right to good health and basic needs and should access means to a comfortable life in one way or another


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