Who We Are
Child Care Empowerment (CCE) is a community based Organization (CBO) that works to empower marginalized people in the community .The major focus of the organization is holistic child development through community empowerment in resource constrained communities. Interventions undertaken since the organization’s inception in 2011 have focused on Education, maternal and child health, livelihood, child protection, child nutrition, water and sanitation. Currently Child Care Empowerment is operating in Jinja and Luuka district
Creating a world without poverty where every child, family and community is connected, productive and thriving.
To promote a secure and safe healthy environment for young children and their caregivers by empowering both girls and boys to achieve their full potential.
Accountability: We are reliable partners. Since 2011 we have built a foundation of trust with donors and other partners who support our vision. Our greatest responsibility is guaranteeing the well-being of the marginalized in the community. In doing this we are committed to using all funds and resources wisely, with respect and accountability.
Our word and our commitment to efficient resource management are the foundation from which we deliver maximum benefits and opportunity to communities around the globe.
At CCE we have been an example to the outside world through being honest and open in business transaction both at personal and organizational level. We decampaign any form of being dishonest.
In the long walk to end poverty CCE has been identifying parties at an individual and organization level. CCE looks at partnering a core to strengthen its mode of implementing its activities and are much more in line with its partners.
Our Work – Programs
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. "Nelson Mandela .
Every child has the right to access safe, quality education. Your generous support provides your student with the opportunity to learn, the supplies needed to attend school, and a daily lunch
Early Childhood Development (ECD Child Care Empowerment (CCE) Early Childhood Development (ECD) interventions seek to improve access to quality ECD services for vulnerable children aged 0-5 years. ECD-relate interventions will substantially contribute to improved access to ECD learning program
among age eligible children in the supported communities.
Child and Maternal Health
Child and Maternal Health
Every day 15 women die in Uganda from pregnancy and childbirth-related causes, 94 babies are stillborn and 81 newborn babies die. This equates to 69,350 deaths each year due to complications during pregnancy, child birth and in the first month. We know that healthy mothers means heathier babies, healthier communities and heathier nations. At CCE our goal is to promote heath and education in pregnant mothers, newborns and children.
Village saving and loan association (VSLA)
CCE works with economically and socially marginalized groups through sustainable livelihood approaches.
>Empowering the marginalized people in the community with skills and IGA projects
Village saving and loan association (VSLA).
CCE operates 2 village and loan association in Jinja (Mutai) and in Luuka district. The savings constitute of 15-30 members. Members receive training after saving on weekly basis on different topics like better parenting, Nutrition, Business management. child and maternal health,
Community Based Rebilitation
Community based rehabilitation (CBR)
CCE uses the CBR approach to take its services closer to the community, including parents and children in the rehabilitation process as well as using locally available resources to improve the conditions of the children in the communities. With this approach, CCE conducts community outreach clinics in Luuka and Jinja . Children With Disability (CWDs) are provided with on spot therapy, appliance measurements, training parents in therapeutically activities, and make appropriate referrals.
With our skills development we have been identifying skill gaps, developing the skills of our beneficiaries. In most cases household members who have benefited from this program have had the ability fulfill their plans with success. For instance tailoring. Brick laying and carpentry.
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UGANDA, EAST AFRICA
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