COVID19 Updates

CONTRIBUTIONS OF WOMEN ORGANISATIONS TO WOMEN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT; LESSONS FROM NAWOU.

NAWOU participated in a one hour talk show on Civic Space TV to discuss the contribution of women’s organisations towards women’s economic empowerment and share experiences on how some women’s groups exhibited business resilience during the COVID-19 lock down. Two beneficiaries; Ramlat Noah and Hajjarah Nabaggala together with Communications Officer NAWOU, Fionah Agaba Barbra were …

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WHAT DO YOU COMMIT TO TOWARDS DISABILITY INCLUSION?

“I truly appreciate my mother for her determination to send me to school despitesociety’s perception of me being different. This instilled a lot of confidence in methat I still hold today.” Ms. Olive Namutebi, Executive Director Albinism Umbrella in Uganda Ms. Olive Namutebi, Executive Director of Albinism Umbrella in Uganda made these remarks during her …

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IF SCHOOLS OPENED, OUR BUSINESSES WOULD THRIVE AGAIN.

What happens when the silver lining starts to fade away just as immediately as it appears? With the country still grappling with the COVID19 pandemic, Kasana Market Tailoring Group is one of the groups that was supported with tailoring equipment from National Association of Women’s Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU) in 2020 to assist boast their …

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YEKO CREATIVELY STARTS A BUSINESS DURING THE LOCK DOWN.

My name is Mercy Yeko and I’m 19 years of age. After I conceived in my primary seven vacation, I was forced me to marry the man who impregnated me. The marriage started becoming hostile when I was constantly barged to undergo Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) which I shunned from a young age. I saw …

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