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Child Empowerment Programme (CEP) UGANDA

CEP – Uganda is a rural based child and women’s rights community-based Organization that recognizes the role of a woman in socio economic development and ensuring the safety of the next generation and therefore seeks to empower children especially the girl child and women to reach their full potential to live happily, respectably and productively. CEP-Uganda leverages on the increase of access to quality education and vocational skills development, and entrepreneurship and financial literacy for women in the underserved rural communities of Kamuli District.

Programs and Services

Economic Empowerment of Women

Enhancing the Significance of the Girl Child

Vocational Training

Financial Literacy Training


We promote the significance of the girl child (14-22 year) through:

– creating awareness of their right and gender equality.
– offer life and production skills training.
– offer opportunities to take part in celebrations that
help promote gender equality for instance the international day of
the girl child.

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CEP Uganda presently run the Orion Junior School, YANA Community High School, a model hybrid secondary school to provide affordable formal secondary and vocational training to rural youth, who want an education, but are unable to attend regular private primary, secondary school and have no access to vocational training and the Home Grown Enterprises (HGEs) .

Short Background of CEP Uganda

Witnessing the way in which the HIV/AIDS pandemic was wreaking havoc on the community, Robert Kalulu and colleagues founded a community based organization called The AIDS Generation (TAGEN) Uganda in March 2005 to address the needs of the many AIDS orphans at the time. TAGEN initially worked in communities of three counties (Bugulumbya, Mbulamuti and Wankole) in Kamuli District addressing livelihood needs for the elderly, providing scholarships for secondary education students, and deploying a low-cost vocational training program for girls who had dropped out of school. In 2015, TAGEN changed its name to Child Empowerment Programme (CEP)-Uganda to more accurately reflect our program focus. CEP-Uganda (or CEP) is a registered Community-Based Organization in Uganda

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