Early childhood development
Education is a social investment that is important for social change in any community. This is one of the outcome indicators of our interventions in teenage mothers’ rehabilitation.
Vocational Skills Training
The vocational skills courses are offered for a period of two months to one year where youth from all backgrounds learn a variety of income generating activities and skills. The classes are held at the CCAYEF offices and all materials and supplies necessary remain at the on-site training center.
Adolescent Health & Empowerment
Provision of adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) information and services to in- and out-of-school youth. Prevention of teenage pregnancies.
Teenage mother rehabilitation
Premarital pregnancy is considered as a taboo in Ugandan families and this counts for the mistreatment and abuse faced by majority of the girls after getting pregnant. Most pregnant teen girls in Uganda and in Mukono district in particular undergo stigmatization, abandonment and rejection by their families, which compels them to carry out abortions, drop out of school, engage in forced/early marriages, and spend the rest of their lives in abject poverty subject to child labor, abuse and neglect.