“We are equal in our abilities and value; however, physical, economical, structural and legal inequalities make opportunity inequal. It is our obligation, by viewing all humanity as innately equal, to strive whole- heartedly to empower those who have been disempowered."
The EEP is an education sponsorship program for children who have been orphaned or are in a very vulnerable position. It allows them to attend school, which is currently not an option.
The main goal is to increase knowledge concerning the virus and foster a sense of community responsibility concerning the response.
WTE is creating new documents relating to HIV/AIDS continually. These are now being translated into twenty-eight languages for the purpose of sharing freely with organizations on a global scale.
In northern Uganda a group of 30 widows and single mothers make beaded necklaces, sold in Canada by a team of dedicated volunteers.
Working to Empower seeks to empower sustainable community-based change through a variety of locally demanded processes. Focal to this work is the promotion of HIV/AIDS education via seminars and community-wide outreach sensitization work. We are a globally-focused non-governmental organization centering on HIV/AIDS programs on youth.