We’re preparing women, youth and children to tap into opportunities that emerge from Sustainable Development Goals.

Current Programs

We nurture Go-getters that are ready to learn, un-learn, relearn and become ready to negotiate and conquer the world, empower parents to forge new pathways for livelihoods.

The Peer Monitoring Circle

Menstrual Hygiene, HIV/AIDs, Child Marriages

Teacher, Parent & Community Training

Joint Advocacy, Partnerships & Research

Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Skills

Livelihoods, WASH, Governance


Education Scholarship, Re-Entry of child mothers

Mandate for thematic Areas

HIV/AIDS, Sexual Reproductive and Health Rights-SRHR, Water and Sanitation and Hygiene-WASH, Menstrual Hygiene and Management-MHM, Family Planning, Violence Prevention, Tuberculosis, Early Pregnancies , Teenage Pregnancies and Psycho-social support
Skilling (Employability (soft) and vocational) Sponsorships, mentorship, Literacy and Numeracy.
Sustainable livelihoods
Agriculture/Agribusiness, Food Security, environment protection.
Leadership, Peace building and conflict resolution. Talent Promotion and Arts.

What makes SHARE different

SHARE is people centered with a mandate to work with children, youth, women and people living with disabilities with a zero tolerance for torture, violence, fraud, and bribery. We implement a holistic 3600 approach where we work with school going children, their parents, teachers, community and all leaders. Our model is also:

  • Highly-replicable and scalable.
  • Cost effective and challenges all to start now with what they have.
  • Partially financially sustainable –each school will contribute 30Usd annually in 2023.

They Trust Us

“We are encouraging all girls to join and actively participate in playing football because it will help them develop soft skills like team work, make friends, become more competitive, achieve healthy bodies and mind.”

Mr Muhindo

Gatyanga Primary School

Our partners