Why Network


  1. A citywide network allows members to maintain indivdual autonomy whilst providing a solid platform for joint action.
  2. Whole communities and cities are transformed as a wide spectrum of civil society players collaborates to achieve an outcome.
  3. As a network we are empowered to fill the gaps In the Christian response to caring for children.
  4. The autonomy of members Is not affected but they benefit from being part of something bigger and more effective.
  5. Working with new partners often generates imaginative ideas that genuinely connect with surrounding needs.
  6. When resources,efforts and contacts are combined,a greater number of children are helped and attitude and systems are transformed.
  7. The inevitable result of networking is real and lasting transformation in the lives of children at risk.

100,000 children in Uganda impacted by 2017

  1. During our current 5 year strategy, we are working together to achieve the following:
  2. Together CRANE members will aim to positively impact at least 100,000 children, to receive specific programmes or activities or services, designed to bring positive change to their lives whereby these services have been enhanced by being a part of the network;
  3. Empower at least 100 churches to prioritise children ministry and provide a safe place for children to be;
  4. Equip at least 500 organisations to make a positive change current practices in working with children;
  5. See a core group of at least 25 members regularly advocating to government on children’s issues under the umbrella of CRANE;
  6. Engage at least 1000 duty bearers in upholding the laws of Uganda in favour of the child.