Vision & Mission

About Us

We empower women, youth and children to be driven by purpose, reach their potential and sow seeds that benefit the community through a multi-sectoral approach that covers

Vision

A safe world free of poverty, disease and all forms of indignity.

Mission

To inspire, nurture and enable women, youth and children to improve their quality of life through empowerment, mentorship, education, capacity building and advocacy.

Motto / Slogan

Raise Responsible Entrepreneurs

Registration Aspects

SHARE, is first registered as a Company Limited by Guarantee with the Uganda Registrations Services Bureau (Reg. No. 80020000614502) on 26 February 2019.

Prior to the above amendments, SHARE has been operating as Gwanga Power Uganda (Gwapo-Ug) a registered National Non-Government Organisation with the NGO Board on 26 February 2016 (Reg. No. S.5914/12317) with a permit to operate nationally indigenous on 10 February 2017, and is also registered in districts where it operates.

Our Purpose

Is to provide the 21st education that addresses 21st needs through multiple pathways such as academic, technical, mentorship, vocational skills and employability skills while emphasizing staying healthy and safe. 

Why

SHARE grew out of the need to skill and prepare children, youth and women, to ACT TOGETHER to skill them and tap into available opportunities that would help them address poverty, ignorance, disease, food insecurity, and general abuse and violation of human rights.

Over View

Strengthening Hope and Resilience Empowerment (SHARE) supports young people to improve their lives by addressing their most pressing needs, disadvantages within the communities and succeed in the rapid, dynamic employment environment, while empowering women to uplift their socio-economic and political status.

Our programs creates 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, youth make informed healthy decisions and  respond to their poverty situations and for teachers to become change makers.

SHARE is reducing vulnerabilities that limit the safety, production, healthy living, creativity and innovation of young people and women while creating opportunities to reform lives, support families and improve livelihoods.

Values

  • The organization upholds principles of good governance such as integrity, transparency and democracy and shall remain committed to serving less privileged and marginalized through high standards of professional behavior and ethics. All our programs shall also remain age appropriate, cultural sensitive at all times and are willing to share all our activity and financial reports to all development partners.
  • Learning and Scalability: Existence of internal and external systems that will promote a rapid response to emerging needs leading to adaptation or constant innovation.
  • Togetherness and Humanity (UBUNTU) as provided in the global, national, cultural and religious frameworks. Our people will be grown through voluntarism, kindness and provision of probono services.

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.

Mandate for thematic Areas

Heath (Health, 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)

Education: Skilling (Employability (soft) and vocational) Sponsorships, mentorship, Literacy and Numeracy

Sustainable livelihoods: Agriculture/Agribusiness, Food Security, environment protection.

Governance: Leadership, Peace building and conflict resolution. Talent Promotion and Arts.