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Aims and Objectives



  1. To promote and compliment Government's efforts and donor intervention programmes in development.

  2. To promote the health rights of the vulnerable communities with a focus at those at higher risk of HIV infection.

  3. To promote community based social-economic initiatives for vulnerale people such as the youth, women, people with disabilities and elderly people.

  4. To promote quality education for learning to be, to do, and to live with others in primary schools, secondary schools, and other technical schools and non-formal education for Orphans and other vulnerable children.

  5. To promote advocacy for environment protection.

  6. To promote access to social services for orphans and other vulnerable children.

  7. To promote civic education for active citizenshipp in electoral Democracy.

  8. To strengthen the capacity of OCE and communities to sustainably respond to poverty and other development interventions.

  9. To engage in any lawful trade deemed necessary by the promoters for the realization of the organization objectives.

PROJECTS CURRENTLY BEING IMPLEMENTED



Organization for community Empowerment (OCE) is currently in partnership with AGHA-Uganda implementing public health program in Lyantonde District in the 4 health facilities of level III and II's namely; Kaliiro Health Center III, Katovu Health Center II, Kyeshama Healthe Center II, and Kabetemera Health Center II. This project is aimed at promoting access to quality health services in the district by monitoring health services delivery and applied budget advocacy for selected health units. The project also seeks for increased awareness on patients' rights, roles, and responsibilities will improve the capacity of vulnerable populations to monitor health services delivery within their respective health facilities. The outcome of such community rating of the level service delivery at the respective health units is shared with the district stakeholders which inform planning and budget for improving performance of these health facilities. Radio talk shows are also conducted for district leaders to make commitments to improve health service delivers.

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