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Welcome to SOS Children`s
Villages Uganda
Where are we on the map?
The first SOS children`s
Village project in Uganda
Started in1991 in Kakiri
after which, Gulu Entebbe
and Fort Portal followed.
These projects include SOS
Children’s Villages, Community
development programmes (FSP),
Education programmes, Health
and Care (FBC) programmes.
Currently SOS Children`s Villages
Uganda runs projects for 4,900
beneficiaries:
600 in Family Based care
4300 in Family Strengthening
Facts and Figures:
Programme Projects Beneficiaries
SOS Children’s Villages 4 600
Community Development Programme
(FSP) Beneficiaries
4 4300
SOS Youth Development Programme 4 240
Kindergartens 4 544
Hermann Gmeiner Primary and secondary
schools
2 600
SOS Medical Centres 4 20,000 patients a year estimated at
64 every day
Total number of SOS beneficiaries 4 4,900
Family Based Care Programme at SOS
Children`s Village Facilities
In each SOS Children Village we give a
permanent home in a family
environment to vulnerable children.
Each child is looked after by an SOS
mother, and grows up in an SOS family
with 10 boys and girls in a natural
setting.
The care given is holistic as all the
children’s needs including food, clothing,
education, medical services and others
are met.
In Uganda, over last two decades the
organization has grown to realize
proficient child-centred programmes in
Kakiri, Entebbe, Gulu and Fort Portal
Community Development Programme
(FSP)
A Community Development
Programme known as the
Family Strengthening
Programme started in 2006 in
Kakiri and progressively moved
to Gulu, Entebbe and
eventually Fort Portal.
The aim is to empower
vulnerable families to enable
them protect and care for their
children-
Through income generating
activities like crafts, agriculture
and micro entrepreneurship.
Education
SOS Hermann
Gmeiner Educational
Institutions
Our aim is to prepare children
to become respectful and
contributing members of the
communities in which they
live
SOS Educational
Institutions in Uganda:
•Kindergartens - 4 (Kakiri, Entebbe,
Gulu and Fort Portal)
•Primary - 2 (Kakiri and Gulu)
•Secondary - 1 (Kakiri)
Health
SOS Children’s Village in Uganda
operates 4 Herman Gmeiner Medical
Centres.
Thousands of children and adults in the
surrounding communities of Kakiri,
Gulu, Entebbe and Fort Portal have
benefited from this service.
Services Offered:
• General Medical Care
• Reproductive Health Clinic
• Antenatal Clinic
• Laboratory Services
• Outreach Programme/community
Services
• STI/HIV AIDS clinic with VCT services
• Average no of patients a day is 64
Achievements
Numbers of beneficiaries has
increased from 2,500
beneficiaries in 2010 to 4,900
beneficiaries in 2012.
SOS Uganda runs medical
centres that serve over
20,000 members of the
community yearly
Community Based
Organisations (CBO) have
been formed to implement
SOS Programmes. Continuous
nurturing these CBOs is still
going on.
SOS HG Secondary School is
ranked 6th out of 300 top
promising schools in Uganda.
How You can help
Sponsor a family
ICT For
Development
Promote a healthy
community for
children.
Many children
need many friends
Help the children
Study
Provide household
needs for children
Why your Company
Value fit between SOS Children`s Villages Uganda your Company
SOS CV values Company Values
Reliability: Children need reliable caretakers in order to
develop. Constant and reliable also describes the relation
that SOS CV has with its supporters and partners.
Sustainability: social and ecological sustainability means
maintaining the quality of life for future generations.
Trust: “It is easy to do good, if a lot of people help.” was the
motto of Hermann Gmeiner. We trust that people can move
and change things if they work together.
Unity: Companies rely on the competencies of their
employees and business partners. The collaboration of all
parties is the key to innovation and growth.
Safety: Our Children usually come from unstable
environments. We provide them with a solid basis for
development supported with love and responsibility.
Responsibility: Companies are becoming more aware of
their social responsibility towards the community. This way
they are able to contribute to the wellbeing of the community.
Diversity: As an international organization we live
individuality and diversity and are enriched by every child
and every community where we exist.
Internationality: A company that is able to make use of the
diversity and different backgrounds of its co-workers will be
able to address the various needs of clients.
Openness: We offer our children safety, also financially.
Being open about how we operate is hence vital.
Transparency: Consumers request that companies become
more transparent. Being open internally and externally
creates trust.
Dignity: We don’t look down on children. By valuing children
as individuals we help them gain their dignity.
Respect: A company that respects its employees and
business partners will also benefit from financial gains due to
the increased reputation. Corporate citizenship is a win-win
situation for all parties involved.
Professional competency: We secure the quality of our
caretakers through continuous control and on-going
development of our standards. Hence, we ensure that
children are supported in their development in a professional
and goal-oriented manner.
Professionalism: A company’s success depends on many
factors. High quality work and products and the ability to
adapt to change are some of these factors.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Perception survey 2010*
*CSR perceptions survey 2010: Penn Schoen Berland, in conjunction with Burson-Marsteller and Landor, conducted 1001 online interviews
with the general public in the U.S. (ages 18+) from February 10-12, 2010.
http://de.slideshare.net/BMGlobalNews/csr-branding-survey-2010-final
Our Appreciation
Acknowledgement in SOS public events as partners
Acknowledgement on the SOS Uganda Website
Acknowledgement on Social Media Platform of SOS Uganda
Co-Branding during Events
Certificates and Plaques of Appreciation
Appearances in the Media
Thank you!

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SOS Children`s Villages Uganda Presentation

  • 1. Welcome to SOS Children`s Villages Uganda
  • 2. Where are we on the map? The first SOS children`s Village project in Uganda Started in1991 in Kakiri after which, Gulu Entebbe and Fort Portal followed. These projects include SOS Children’s Villages, Community development programmes (FSP), Education programmes, Health and Care (FBC) programmes. Currently SOS Children`s Villages Uganda runs projects for 4,900 beneficiaries: 600 in Family Based care 4300 in Family Strengthening
  • 3. Facts and Figures: Programme Projects Beneficiaries SOS Children’s Villages 4 600 Community Development Programme (FSP) Beneficiaries 4 4300 SOS Youth Development Programme 4 240 Kindergartens 4 544 Hermann Gmeiner Primary and secondary schools 2 600 SOS Medical Centres 4 20,000 patients a year estimated at 64 every day Total number of SOS beneficiaries 4 4,900
  • 4. Family Based Care Programme at SOS Children`s Village Facilities In each SOS Children Village we give a permanent home in a family environment to vulnerable children. Each child is looked after by an SOS mother, and grows up in an SOS family with 10 boys and girls in a natural setting. The care given is holistic as all the children’s needs including food, clothing, education, medical services and others are met. In Uganda, over last two decades the organization has grown to realize proficient child-centred programmes in Kakiri, Entebbe, Gulu and Fort Portal
  • 5. Community Development Programme (FSP) A Community Development Programme known as the Family Strengthening Programme started in 2006 in Kakiri and progressively moved to Gulu, Entebbe and eventually Fort Portal. The aim is to empower vulnerable families to enable them protect and care for their children- Through income generating activities like crafts, agriculture and micro entrepreneurship.
  • 6. Education SOS Hermann Gmeiner Educational Institutions Our aim is to prepare children to become respectful and contributing members of the communities in which they live SOS Educational Institutions in Uganda: •Kindergartens - 4 (Kakiri, Entebbe, Gulu and Fort Portal) •Primary - 2 (Kakiri and Gulu) •Secondary - 1 (Kakiri)
  • 7. Health SOS Children’s Village in Uganda operates 4 Herman Gmeiner Medical Centres. Thousands of children and adults in the surrounding communities of Kakiri, Gulu, Entebbe and Fort Portal have benefited from this service. Services Offered: • General Medical Care • Reproductive Health Clinic • Antenatal Clinic • Laboratory Services • Outreach Programme/community Services • STI/HIV AIDS clinic with VCT services • Average no of patients a day is 64
  • 8. Achievements Numbers of beneficiaries has increased from 2,500 beneficiaries in 2010 to 4,900 beneficiaries in 2012. SOS Uganda runs medical centres that serve over 20,000 members of the community yearly Community Based Organisations (CBO) have been formed to implement SOS Programmes. Continuous nurturing these CBOs is still going on. SOS HG Secondary School is ranked 6th out of 300 top promising schools in Uganda.
  • 9. How You can help Sponsor a family ICT For Development Promote a healthy community for children. Many children need many friends Help the children Study Provide household needs for children
  • 10. Why your Company Value fit between SOS Children`s Villages Uganda your Company SOS CV values Company Values Reliability: Children need reliable caretakers in order to develop. Constant and reliable also describes the relation that SOS CV has with its supporters and partners. Sustainability: social and ecological sustainability means maintaining the quality of life for future generations. Trust: “It is easy to do good, if a lot of people help.” was the motto of Hermann Gmeiner. We trust that people can move and change things if they work together. Unity: Companies rely on the competencies of their employees and business partners. The collaboration of all parties is the key to innovation and growth. Safety: Our Children usually come from unstable environments. We provide them with a solid basis for development supported with love and responsibility. Responsibility: Companies are becoming more aware of their social responsibility towards the community. This way they are able to contribute to the wellbeing of the community. Diversity: As an international organization we live individuality and diversity and are enriched by every child and every community where we exist. Internationality: A company that is able to make use of the diversity and different backgrounds of its co-workers will be able to address the various needs of clients. Openness: We offer our children safety, also financially. Being open about how we operate is hence vital. Transparency: Consumers request that companies become more transparent. Being open internally and externally creates trust. Dignity: We don’t look down on children. By valuing children as individuals we help them gain their dignity. Respect: A company that respects its employees and business partners will also benefit from financial gains due to the increased reputation. Corporate citizenship is a win-win situation for all parties involved. Professional competency: We secure the quality of our caretakers through continuous control and on-going development of our standards. Hence, we ensure that children are supported in their development in a professional and goal-oriented manner. Professionalism: A company’s success depends on many factors. High quality work and products and the ability to adapt to change are some of these factors.
  • 11. Corporate Social Responsibility Perception survey 2010* *CSR perceptions survey 2010: Penn Schoen Berland, in conjunction with Burson-Marsteller and Landor, conducted 1001 online interviews with the general public in the U.S. (ages 18+) from February 10-12, 2010. http://de.slideshare.net/BMGlobalNews/csr-branding-survey-2010-final
  • 12. Our Appreciation Acknowledgement in SOS public events as partners Acknowledgement on the SOS Uganda Website Acknowledgement on Social Media Platform of SOS Uganda Co-Branding during Events Certificates and Plaques of Appreciation Appearances in the Media