We shall advocate for all people of any age and economic status to help dispel fears, myths and misconceptions, foster positive attitudes and promote easier integration in all aspects of our community.
We shall encompass services, programs, advocacy, and support for individuals– physical, emotional, social, learning, developmental, and sensory – visible and imperceptible.
We shall encourage, counsel and support individuals in their pursuit of independent living, employment, education, benefits and recreation.
We shall include individuals from different thematic areas in all aspects of our organization, beginning with a majority representation on our Board of Directors.
We shall provide extensive services and programs, including awareness, support groups, peer counseling, lending library, service coordination, independent living skills training, transition planning, home modifications, ,community education and awareness, and microcredit investment.
We shall advise and support all people in actively developing and securing their legal, social, economic, educational and civil rights.
We shall support parents and guardians of students work with their local governments to ensure that their student receives the services he or she needs to achieve academically.
We shall market our programs and services through print, broadcast and electronic media, and personal interaction throughout the program areas.
We shall foster community involvement through a Board of Directors representing a broad spectrum of geographic, business, and community experiences, knowledge and involvement, and through senior staff involvement and participation in other community organizations.
We shall welcome public opportunities to speak and participate in UVRC panels, consortiums, trainings, seminars and meetings to heighten awareness of poverty related issues, and Uganda Vision Resource Centre understanding and compliance.