CCREP implements projects directly and indirectly through our local partners and beneficiaries. We have a bottom up approach to partnership and we see our partners as equal. Together we strive to improve the lives of children and communities we serve and we are open to learn from each other.
We use a rigorous approach to select partners who share our same ethos, with an active nature of nurturing them. We respect their capabilities and respond to their needs.
CCREP faces challenges in supporting children and adults and it is even worse with the inflation hitting Uganda today. The children are often lacking in food, education, clothes, bedding, shelter and medical care. These children are abandoned because their parents /guardians cannot afford the basic needs, therefore run away from responsibilities. Other children are born orphans: for instance a child is born and a mother dies, then when the father marries another woman, the children are subjected to domestic violence and torture. Other children are abandoned by their parents with no one to help.
Such children end up on street on absolutely nothing. The country has not done much for such children; it’s only the organizations that are trying to protect them and provide basic needs in an institutionalized setting. Apart from those children who need a conducive environment for them to play and enjoy all their rights like their counter parts.CCREP has the compassion to help such disadvantaged children/community but as a voluntary initiative we are limited with resources. Our plight is to reach out to many children but we can’t do this in isolation without external support.