Share Child Opportunity Eastern and Northern Uganda (SCOEN) is non-profit nongovernmental Children and Women’s rights- organization, that is mainly involved in empowering Ugandan women and Children specifically girls, aiming for gender equality and the eradication of all forms of discrimination.
Year round volunteer support is essential to meet the ever expanding needs of SCOEN Uganda’s programs. We need volunteers that can help with projects, fundraise and medicine packing events. Our volunteers can offer their time daily, weekly, or monthly.
There are house gazetted, a fee is paid monthly to the owner, these house are self contained and are of convenience to our volunteers
Local Language classes. Pre arranged tours. Site seeing and Photography coaching tours. Free Christian Counseling.
Help SCOEN Uganda on graphic, granting writing and sourcing, online fundraising to support our work, article writing and promotion on social media.
Art and Craft products for development programs
Children games, puzzles, cd's ad dvd's
Books for the library
Game equipment for the indoor game room like table tennis, volleyball net and balls, finger board games
Big Screen TV for movie days
Financial partners to help with operational cost, counselling and social services.
1. Spend 2 hours per week doing any activity you and your peer/friend choose; seek pre-approval from peer/friend’s case manager.
2. Support and encourage your peer/friend in performing activities in collaboration with other providers.
3. Provide ongoing communication to case manager and other team members
4. Terminate relationship with peer/friend when you can no longer volunteer
5. Plans, sets up, and attends school events where learners and parents are likely to attend, such as after school re
Yes. some during school period - when children are attending school
Share Child Opportunity Eastern and Northern Uganda (SCOEN) is non-profit nongovernmental Children and Women’s rights- organization, that is mainly involved in empowering Ugandan women and Children specifically girls, aiming for gender equality and the eradication of all forms of discrimination against women and girls. Through empowering and mobilizing their participation in the struggle against the Ugandan occupation, the contribution to the development processes, the promotion of their political, economic and civic rights and the expansion of women’s access to justice through improving psychological well-being among women and children, and combating gender-based violence. It is registered as a Non-Governmental Organization under Section 16 (1) of the Non-governmental Organization under Ministry of Internal Affairs with Registration No. 11419, established in April 2010 with its head Office in Soroti district in the Eastern Region of Uganda.
Vision: Empowering women and children to foster holistic development
Mission: To attain gender equality in a Ugandan local community through promoting the social, political, educational and economic participation of women and children in community development programs. SCOEN strives to create a future in which all Ugandan women will be viewed and treated equally as men in all aspects of life; political, economic, social, educational and culturally. We will also seek to continue our role as advocates of children and women’s rights, promoter of their capacities and driving force of social change, promoting their participation in the decisions that affect their lives, and amplifying their voices for peace and security at the regional, national and global levels.
Core objectives of SCOEN can be enumerated as follows:
Promote active participation of women in decision making process in Uganda.
Recognition of the rights of the child within the family with a gender perspective;
Establishing child restoration centres to promote education and child sponsorship
Advocate and create awareness among Ugandan women about their rights, freedoms, roles, responsibilities, and civic duties.
Advocating for women’s rights, earl marriage, eliminating discrimination against women including GBV.
Activate and enhance the role of media in promoting gender equality and eliminate violence against women.
Overcoming physical, emotional and economic violence;
Promote health care institutions, enhancing preventive resources against HIV/AIDS
Promote community based health care, nutrition, water and environmental sanitation among people in communities