Educate A Child International

Unverified non-profit organisation

Educate A Child International (EAI) is an indigenous registered Non Governmental Organization registered as a community based organization with Kasese municipal council under registration number CE/CBS/207/2016/2017. The offices are located in the town centre, Rwenzori road, Central division, Kasese municipality.
Educate A Child International focuses its program areas in all sub counties in western Uganda. The rationale for setting up Educate A Child International (EAI) is because of a felt need to have everyone utilize human potential that would translate into development of Uganda as a nation. The youth constitute the majority of the population that is unemployed worldwide. This challenge in Rwenzori is much attributed to low entrepreneurship skills, high school dropout rates, early pregnancies and marriages, subsistence agriculture amidst the destructive impact of climate change, lack of social accountability and so on.
The above social problems require a holistic approach that should be implemented in sustainable manner to avoid future occurrence. But also, focusing on the youth as we secure the future, create an enabling environment of improving the current youth issues especially of youth unemployment.
EAI herein is therefore determined to mobilize the youth and galvanize their efforts towards economic empowerment and environmental conservation for sustainable development.

“A society where everyone realizes their potential and responsibility to develop in a sustainable manner”
To contribute to the development process by promoting human rights and advocacy, innovation and local solutions for poverty reduction, better service delivery and sustainable development.

To enable the communities live healthier and more productive lives.
The Organization has its office on Rwenzori road, plot 34/36, Central division Kasese municipality.
• Literacy promotion among school going children at all levels of Education
• Focus on environmental conservation and management through school clubs and community visits.
• Stocking a public library and skill center
• Networking with stakeholders and other organizations having the same or similar goals.
• Revamping Girl-Boy Education clubs in schools. This is aimed at keeping these children in school as well as ably identifying children who drop out of schools.
• Identifying needy children in villages and urban areas and finding means of how they can get help.
• Having Radio talk shows all aimed at exchanging ideas geared towards literacy promotion.
• Organizing seminars with teachers, parents and children about Education.
• Organizing inter-school competitions about the benefits of Education.
• Creating awareness on Hepatitis B and HIV/AIDS.
• Training women and girls in income generating activities.
• Promotion of green free environment.
• Support and empower the youth to identify and address health related risks.
• There is need to articulate support and involving affirmative action so as to ensure that weaker members (Disabled, women and girls) in communities also benefit from existing national programs.
• There will be setting up of institutions/groups in community that will be responsible for ensuring that all the community members are owning the green free environment campaigns.

• Children abandoned on the streets mainly by teenage mothers who have no capacity to look after them.
• Disabled people
• Children abandoned by their parents due to poverty.
• Teenage child mothers (children having children).
• Children affected by civil wars and family conflicts (domestic violence).
HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis B vulnerable children.
• Children leading families(child headed families)
• In school youths, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions.
• Out of school youths.
• Teenage girl child and specifically child mothers.
• Youth involved in commercial sex and drugs.
1.Learning and development(on going).
2.Reproductive health and Hepatitis B(ongoing)
3.Piggery (pipe line)
4.Hatchery (ongoing)
5.Art and Craft (ongoing).
6.Environmental conservation (ongoing)
7.Sensitization on Hiv/Aids (ongoing)
8.Formation of B /GEM Clubs (ongoing)
9.Soap making (ongoing)
10.candle making (ongoing).


Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

500,000 - 1 million

Participant in relevant networks

Service volontaire international, Anike foundation canada

About this organisation

Partnership types

Project funding

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Uganda

Global issues

Children, youth and family welfare; Disability issues; Education and training; all (5)