“Everybody has the potential to live a better life. Given the opportunity, education, and motivation anyone can become someone admirable. Nobody is a nobody. Everybody is somebody.”
–Beatrice Achieng Nas, Founder of the PCE Foundation
Pearl Community Empowerment Foundation (PCE Foundation) is a Ugandan national rural development and empowerment NGO (REG No S.5914/9510) founded in 2011 to empower rural communities through dynamic but simple programs that directly involve and benefit community members, especially women and children. We are currently operating in rural communities of the Tororo and Buteleja districts in Eastern Uganda. PCE began operations by assisting local girls go to school, with the long term aim of increasing the capacity of local families to support the education of their children. Since then, PCE has worked continuously with the communities through various projects that include Education, Livelihood, Agriculture, Preventive health care support and cultural exchange. Through these initiatives we have had strong support from the local communities. PCE has developed an international network of experienced professionals that serve as support team and a wider network of individuals and groups that mentor students individually. PCE’s innovative programs are run by experienced, professional, local and international staff and PCE is well placed to partner with funding bodies and other service providers.
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