Read about NAWOU’s recent capacity building-efforts within the Women’s Economic Justice-project in the district of Luwero, our work with women with disabilities, the 2017 Jinja Agricultural Show, Women Savings and Loans Associations, male champions striving for gender equality and more.
Information, stories and interviews concerning the Women’s Economic Justice-project, which is currently being implemented in Luweero district. This is a joint project by NAWOU, The Uganda Association of Women Lawyers (FIDA-Uganda), and The Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI), with the support of the Norwegian Organisations Forum for Women and Development (FOKUS) and KAVLI Foundation.
Success stories, interviews and lessons learned from NAWOU’s two overarching programmes; “Economic Empowerment” and “Peace and Security”.
NAWOU’s 2016 Annual Report presents our ongoing programs and projects and discuss key achievements and learnings. We also look ahead to what we will work towards and improve in 2017.
The Capacities of Women’s Organization to Promote Gender Equality Increased (CAWOGE)-project was implemented in Hoima District for 4 years from 2014 to 2017. The project worked with training and community dialogues, with the goal of increasing the capacity of Women’s Organizations in Hoima to promote gender equality. This booklet contains stories from the project and interviews with people involved, as the project came to a close.
In this issue of Karibu Foundation’s monthly newsletter “Voices from the South”, we hear from Monica Emiru Enyou, Executive Director of NAWOU, about internal migration in Africa. She discusses some of the solutions and alternatives that are already occurring on the African continent, and their plans for a platform for a coordinated response on migration and trafficking in the region.
The NAWOU Handmade Catalogue, providing examples of baskets and other goods available in our store 2017.