Welcome to Real Action for Community Empowerment
What we do
Lifting up the oppressed, the unseen and the voiceless, with a desire to create unforgettable impact both directly and indirectly to all human and non-human The Board pursues this mission through integrated, holistic commitment to:
(a) Transformation Development that is community based and sustainable, focused especially on the needs of children, widows and all human regardless of age, Race, and Nationality working towards the achievement of UN SDGs.
(b) Emergency Relief that assists people afflicted by conflict or disaster
(c) Promotion of Justice that seeks to change unjust structures affecting the poor and oppressed among whom the organisation works, through achieving gender equality and empower all girls and women under UN SDGs goal five(5)
(d) Strategic Initiatives that serve the Churches in the fulfillment of their mission and their Mutual goals.
(e) Public Awareness and Community Education that leads to informed understanding, giving fresh impulse to popular education and to the spread of culture:
- By collaborating with Members, at their request, in the development of educational activities
- By instituting collaboration among the nations to advance the ideal of equality of educational opportunity without regard to race, sex or any distinctions, economic or social
- By suggesting educational methods best suited to prepare the children of the world for the responsibilities of freedom;
Our core values
Respect-We welcome the uniqueness and honor the dignity of every person and we develop the talents and abilities of one another.
Compassion-We reach out to people in need and give comfort as Jesus did, we nurture the spiritual, physical and emotional well-being of one another and those we serve and we embrace those who are suffering.
Justice- We believe everyone has a right to the basic goods of the earth, we strive to remove the causes of oppression and we join with others to work towards the attainment of global vision of universal human rights.
Why we do it
We want to support local people supporting their own communities through livelihood creating projects. We believe all communities have equal opportunities and they can be transformed.
A voice to connect, empower and restore communities.
Children in urban setting, internally displaced children due to insecurity and armed conflict child headed households, domestic Violence, child labourers, streetchildren, abandoned children, child prisoners, out of school children and children living with HIV/AIDS child rights more emphasis
Domestic Violence (DV) is a key issue in reproductive health and rights and most of the DV is gender-based. Domestic violence is prevalent in Uganda especially among women. Physical violence is the most prevalent with one quarter of women reporting it. Intimate partner violence is the most common form of violence in Uganda that could affect reproductive health right. more than 60% of women who were ever married report having experienced emotional, physical, or sexual violence from a spouse and several of them have experienced physical injuries as a result.
Heroes Social change ambassadors
A voice to connect, empower and restore communities
Communities are the heart of counties, states and nations. When families thrive; communities thrive. REAL ACTION FOR COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT is committed to working with local and International volunteers, businesses, agencies, churches and organizations who believe in building strong communities. Through our new campaigns titled Heroes nation project, in 2018 we aim at connecting, instructing and empowering communities in respect to the UNITED NATION goals of SDGs.
Protect children's rights
RACE seeks to increase the respect for and observance of the legal rights of orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) in hard to reach communities in Uganda. This CPA occupies a wide niche of the UCSDPP because of the centrality of its theme and modern-day nature of the incidence of child abuse in Uganda. Estimates from the department of probation and welfare indicate that about 4 million children in Uganda are vulnerable and live in difficult circumstances. Some of these categories are more vulnerable than others including orphans, girls, children with disabilitie