Empowerment: The initiative is committed to empowering women and in Uganda by providing them with the necessary resources, skills and opportunities to improve their lives. This includes access to education, health care, vocational training and entrepreneurship skills.
Gender Equality: Ziingo promotes gender equality and works towards eliminating gender based discrimination and violence. We aim to create a society were women and children have equal rights and opportunities as men.
Community engagement: Ziingo recognizes the importance of community involvement in achieving sustainable development. The initiative actively engages with local communities, including women and children, to understand their needs, aspirations and challenges. This enables the initiative to design and implement programs that are responsive to their specific context.
Holistic Approach: Ziingo takes a holistic approach to address the needs of women and children. This involves considering their physical, emotional , social and economic well being. The initiative offers comprehensive support that includes health care, education, nutrition, psychosocial support, and economic empowerment.
Collaboration and Partnerships: Ziingo believes in the power of collaboration and partnerships to bring about positive change. The initiative works closely with government agencies, non governmental organizations, community based organizations, and other stakeholders to maximize its impact and reach.
Sustainability: Ziingo aims for long term sustainability in its programs and interventions. We focus on building the capacity of women and children to become self reliant and resilient. This includes providing skills, training, promoting income generating activities, and fostering entrepreneurship.
Advocacy and Policy Influence: Ziingo advocates for the rights and well being of women and children at the local, national and international levels. The initiative also influences policies and practices that affect women and children, ensuring that their voices are heard and their rights are protected.