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Global Orphans Education Trust, JINJA, Uganda

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Address: P.O BOX 566
JINJA, 256  
Uganda
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 10
Number of People Being Served: 10
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Mission Statement


The Mission of GOET is to bring relief to all ethnic groups, especially focusing on orphans and abandoned children and families in remote areas of Busoga. Moving people toward a new vision and enabling them with the skills and resources for a brighter future.

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Global Orphans Education Trust is a Nation-wide idea which was started to help orphans and vulnerable children, women and the elderly all over the Nation of Uganda especially children who lost their parents due to HIV/ AIDS, it was started in 2010 in Uganda due to the rising number of orphans especially in the rural areas and the increased number of HIV/AIDS death rates, which has left many children unable to access quality education. The Organization also considers parents and Guardians living with HIV/AIDS since most of them cannot access medical care, the organization helps train grass root village health trainers (VHT) in communities to help our social workers in communities to sensitize people living with HIV/AIDS, and also cooperate with community leaders to help uplift the standard of living by teaching people about the dangers of HIV/AIDS and train them on entrepreneurial skills in their communities. The Organization carries out its activities through social workers and volunteers in communities by conducting seminars on Health, Entrepreneurship and giving advice on life protection from HIV/AIDS. The Organization is currently working in Jinja District in Eastern Uganda as well as looking to broaden branches to other Neighboring Districts. GOET runs programs in Health, Agriculture, Community empowerment and Education Global Orphans Education Trust in carrying out its activities will have the potential to transform the lives of many struggling orphans and vulnerable children, youths, Women, widows and the elderly and change the economic landscape of impoverished rural communities.

Global Orphans Education Trust is a Nation-wide idea which was started to help orphans and vulnerable children, women and the elderly all over the Nation of Uganda especially children who lost their parents due to HIV/ AIDS, it was started in 2010 in Uganda due to the rising number of orphans especially in the rural areas and the increased number of HIV/AIDS death rates, which has left many children unable to access quality education. The Organization also considers parents and Guardians living with HIV/AIDS since most of them cannot access medical care, the organization helps train grass root village health trainers (VHT) in communities to help our social workers in communities to sensitize people living with HIV/AIDS, and also cooperate with community leaders to help uplift the standard of living by teaching people about the dangers of HIV/AIDS and train them on entrepreneurial skills in their communities. The Organization carries out its activities through social workers and volunteers in communities by conducting seminars on Health, Entrepreneurship and giving advice on life protection from HIV/AIDS. The Organization is currently working in Jinja District in Eastern Uganda as well as looking to broaden branches to other Neighboring Districts. GOET runs programs in Health, Agriculture, Community empowerment and Education Global Orphans Education Trust in carrying out its activities will have the potential to transform the lives of many struggling orphans and vulnerable children, youths, Women, widows and the elderly and change the economic landscape of impoverished rural communities.

Mission Statement: The Mission of GOET is to bring relief to all ethnic groups, especially focusing on orphans and abandoned children and families in remote areas of Busoga. Moving people toward a new vision and enabling them with the skills and resources for a brighter future.

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