Oasis World Vision

Mission

To alleviate poverty and empower marginalized communities through sustainable solutions, capacity building, advocacy, and HIV/AIDs prevention awareness.

Launched

September 28, 2023

Location

Uganda, Isingiro, Nakivale Refugee Settlement

Sustainable Development Goals

Program

Oasis World Vision achieves its goals through a multifaceted approach that encompasses various programs and initiatives. Each program is designed to address specific challenges faced by marginalized communities and contribute to the overarching vision of empowerment, equality, and positive change. Here’s a detailed explanation of each program within the organization:

1. Oasis Water Access Initiative for Vulnerable Refugee Families in Nakivale Refugee Settlement (Project Number: 1):

Goal: Improve access to clean water, promote hygiene education, and ensure the safety of women and girls in Nakivale Refugee Settlement.

Actions:

  • Construct and maintain water sources, such as wells and water points, to provide reliable access to clean water.
  • Implement hygiene education campaigns to educate the community about proper sanitation practices.
  • Prioritize the safety of women and girls by providing safe and accessible water sources to reduce their vulnerability to harassment and violence.
  • Engage the community in decision-making processes to ensure the sustainability of water infrastructure and foster ownership.

2. Oasis Orphanage Support Initiative for Vulnerable Orphaned Refugees in Nakivale Refugee Settlement (Project Number: 2):

Goal: Provide orphaned refugee children with a loving home, quality education, and emotional support to break the cycle of despair and offer them hope for a better future.

Actions:

  • Establish and operate an orphanage that offers a safe and nurturing environment for orphaned children.
  • Provide quality education, including academic and life skills training, to empower children for a brighter future.
  • Offer emotional support and counseling services to address the trauma and challenges these children have faced.
  • Collaborate with volunteers, staff, and the community to create a supportive network around the children.

3. HIV/AIDS Prevention Awareness (Project Number: 3):

Goal: Raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, promote prevention strategies, and reduce the spread of the disease in marginalized communities.

Actions:

  • Conduct educational campaigns to disseminate accurate information about HIV/AIDS transmission, prevention, and treatment.
  • Organize workshops and training sessions to empower individuals with knowledge and skills to protect themselves.
  • Collaborate with healthcare providers and organizations to offer accessible testing, counseling, and treatment services.
  • Advocate for policies that support HIV/AIDS prevention and care within marginalized communities.

4. Women and Girls Empowerment Through Capacity Building (Project Number: 4):

Goal: Empower women and girls by providing them with skills, knowledge, and opportunities for personal and economic growth.

Actions:

  • Organize capacity-building workshops, vocational training, and skill development programs for women and girls.
  • Promote leadership and self-confidence through mentorship and empowerment sessions.
  • Advocate for gender equality and women’s rights within the community and beyond.
  • Collaborate with local partners to create sustainable avenues for economic empowerment.

5. Sexual Reproductive Health for Girls Students:

Goal: Provide comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education and support for girls.

Actions:

  • Offer age-appropriate and culturally sensitive sexual and reproductive health education to girls.
  • Provide access to essential healthcare services related to reproductive health.
  • Create a safe space for open discussions about reproductive health, menstrual hygiene, and family planning.
  • Collaborate with schools, parents, and healthcare providers to ensure a holistic approach to sexual reproductive health education.

6. English Language and Informatics Training:

Goal: Equip marginalized communities with English language and technology skills to enhance educational and economic opportunities.

Actions:

  • Provide English language classes to improve communication and expand educational opportunities.
  • Offer informatics training to empower individuals, especially refugee children, with digital skills.
  • Facilitate access to educational resources and technology to bridge the digital divide.
  • Collaborate with schools and local partners to integrate language and technology programs effectively.

These detailed programs and initiatives encompass Oasis World Vision’s comprehensive approach to achieving its vision and goals. By combining these efforts, the organization aims to create lasting positive change in marginalized communities and empower individuals to break free from poverty, discrimination, and hardship.

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oasisworldvision.org

Team

Martin Nkoyi Beele – Esteemed C.E.O and Founder

Shukuru Bihimbo – Treasurer + CFO

Anita Masengesho – Community Mobilizer and Empowering Educator in HIV/AIDS Prevention for Young Girls and Refugee Women

Bienfait Banga – Refugee Advocate for Education Access and Gender-Based Violence Prevention