CRO is proud to cooperate with large number of Local and International Non Government Organizations .These have helped to finance a great deal of the organization’s work. Our partner organizations are;
INTERNATIONAL CHILD SUPPORT(ICS)
ICS is a Dutch development organization which has partnered with CRO since 1992. It supports CRO in the areas of Education, Health, Civil society strengthening, Advocacy and Child Rights progamming.
ICS"s Mission is "To operate worldwide to realize a safe and enabling environment, so that all children regardless of nationality, religion, colour, gender or political creed can claim their rights. Girls, boys and their direct environment are able to act as responsbile members of society, who enjoy education, good health and protection."
The ICS strategy of "change for children" envisages playing a role in enabling children, young people, parents, caretakers, family members, schools and communities to take action in the best intrest of the child. It builds on inherent strength of children and young people and their postive contributions to processes of change in their direct and indirect environment. It does so by means of a strategy comprising of four building blocks namely; Child Rights programming, Civic Driven development, partnerships and cooperation and education as a basis for social change...Read More
KINDER NOT HILFE This organization focuses on financing projects which promote the sustainable development of children and young people, awaken their potential and improve their chances in life. This presupposes great dependability and obligations which usually lead to long term commitments. Each local situation determines which form of assistance is appropriate...Read More
STRØMME STIFLELSEN Stromme Stiftelsen is a non government organization having operations in all countries.CRO is very greatful to be a partner to such a prestigius organisation...Read More
EDUKANS Edukans is a development organization with a unique focus on basic education. Every child is entitled to have access to basic education of good quality. Yet, world-wide, 80 million children do not attend school. For Edukans this is an unacceptable situation. Action has to be taken. Every child should have the opportunity to get relevant education. Edukans facilitates this in close cooperation with local partner organisations in developing countries. Edukans also involves students in the Netherlands in the field of quality improvement of basic education and awareness raising on the issue...Read More
ERIKSHJÄLPEN Erikshjälpens vision is to change the world by making children’s dreams come true. It can be the dream about being able to go to school, the dream that mom will find work or the dream that dad will stop being so sick.
In cooperation with local partner organizations, we create conditions for children and families to develop good living conditions by supporting their own drive. We work towards the realization of the the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Millenium Goals. Main strategies for Erikshjälpen’s programmes are access to education, family and community empowerment, gender equity, local resource mobilization and strengthening civil society...Read More
International Labour Organization-International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
ILO-IPEC is a specialized agency of the UN founded in 1946.The International Labour Organization is devoted to advancing opportunities for women and men to obtain decent and productive work in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity. Its main aims are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen the dialogue in work related issues. IPEC supports countries to reach the target of eliminating all worst forms of child labour by the year 2016 as set out in the ILO"s "Global Action Plan to Eliminate Child Labour". ILO-IPEC launched the project of support for the "National Action Plan for the Elimination of Child Labour" in Uganda (SNAP) in April 2009.
The SNAP project is being implemented by ten agencies in three selected districts in Uganda; Mbale, Wakiso and Rakai. CRO is the implementing agency of the ICO-SNAO project in Mbale, which runs up from February 2010 to February 2012...Read More
RETRAK-INSPIRING STREET CHILDREN
Retrak is a UK based charity that works with street children in Africa to give them a real alternative to life on the street. Retrak began in Kampala, Uganda in 1994 as a football club providing street children with the opportunity for play and, for a short while at least, escape their day to day problems and dangers. Recognizing both the need and the potential, Retrak expanded the scope of its work beyond football and, by 1997, had become a UK charity and was registered in Uganda as a NGO called the Tigers Club Project; later renamed Retrak.
Programs were developed by working with the children individually, to find what worked best for them; and grew to include education, vocational training, health care, counseling and more, while keeping the much loved football sessions...Read More