TEAP is focusing on, intensifying effective and appropriate services to women, youth and children.
i.Empowering vulnerable women with tools and skills to enable them to increase in their economic productivity. Will lead them to become independent decision makers in their lives. The support will include motivational speaking, counseling and guidance, training in vocational skills, provision of income generation grants in form of revolving loans. Sensitization for building awareness in human rights, domestic issues, parenting, property rights, children’s rights and health and wellness.
ii. We are supporting Orphans and Vulnerable children (OVCs) on short-term and long-term basis in all aspects of life. Children are provided with education through paying school fees, clothing, meals at schools, medical care where needed, beddings and shelter. We aim at leading children to become change makers and responsible men and women of integrity and reliable citizens. Currently 150 children are enrolled to be supported in Mukono, Kamuli, Namayingo and Nansana. Conducting child counseling sessions during weekends and holiday periods and monitoring children who have special needs to ensure that they get appropriate education and all other children’s rights.
a) Since its inception, TEAP has provided capacity building to 18 Community Based Organizations in Mukono Municipality and Nansana Municipality in Mukono and Wakiso districts respectively.
b) 107 women have been supported between the year 2014-2017. These included homeless women, those With disabilities, Women living With HIV/AIDS, widows and other vulnerable poor young women. Provided shelter, food and medical care to young teen mothers and their children. These were once prostitutions that were doing forced sexual work due to the power of poverty. Having heard about TEAP they come to seek help on how they can live financially independent.
c) The organization is providing counseling, small grants income generation activities, housing and general domestic support. This provided them with little income that helped them not to go to the streets anymore.
d) The organization has supported its activities throug small contributions of cash and kind from well-wishers and friends of TEAP both within and outside Uganda and much of the activities are carried out by volunteers who offer unpaid time and skills.
e) There is viable transformation in social, economic and spiritual and behaviour change among the beneficiaries.
f) At the coordination office in Mukono, women and children come in for counseling, social gatherings and health screening and receiving items donated by well wishers.