GMU conducted an assessment in 3 districts in South Western Uganda with particular focus on Kisoro, Kabale and Rukiga Districts in the Kigezi sub-region to engage Cultural leaders as key…
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27th January, 2023 As digitization is gaining momentum in Uganda and opening up unprecedented opportunities for women to express themselves and take part in social and developmental debates,online violence against…
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WHY GIRLS MUST UGANDA IS TRAINING WOMEN ON SAFE BROWSING BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU ARUA: MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2022 Over the weekend, Girls Must Uganda, a local Youth led Feminist organisation,…
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At least twenty-five women and girls from Kigezi sub region were on Friday trained on digital Security and urged to promote safer digital skills in their communities. The women and…
Women’s Economic Empowerment, SRHR Sustainable Programs at the Centre to End Period Poverty in Uganda by 2030.
Ending period poverty. “Building a stigma free community of Adolescent Girls and Young Women in a COVID-19 World. 1st June, 2021 A hashtag #EndPeriodPoverty recently took multiple trends on twitter…
UN Women: In and about mentoring sessions for Young Women in Leadership_an attribute to Women’s Day in Uganda.
24th April, 2021 Imagine a world where Women, regardless of the generation/age differences sit at a round table and speak woman to woman about their challenges, experiences but most importantly…
“When I am only for myself, what am I?”_ Celebrating 2021 International Women’s Day with a Feminist Lens.
19th March, 2021 The month of March was globally dedicated to celebrating, honoring and reflecting on Women’s efforts in fighting for Equality, Social and Economic Justice. This Global cal to…
18th February, 2021 Gender, Social and Economic justice could practically be achieved if communities are empowered, resilient and actively involved in income generating activities to bridge the economy gap but…