Success Stories

CHURCH LEADERS IN LUWERO CHAMPION FIGHT AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE.

Women economic empowerment is a gradual process which has several layers to it and in order to realize women’s economic freedom, aspects of Gender Based Violence (GBV) or economic violence against women are still present in our communities today and they need to be addressed. It is everyone’s responsibility within the community to advocate for …

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INNOVATIVE BACKYARD GARDENING BOOSTS BENEFICIARIES’ INCOME DURING PANDEMIC.

With the uncertainty and crippling of incomes the COVID19 lockdown paused, there was a looming threat of food security amongst families. For Rita Musoke, her family’s health was top priority and she knew she had to look for alternative ways to diversify their diet and improve nutrition during the pandemic. “When lockdown was issued, my children …

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HOW NAWOU SUPPORTED ME TO DEFEND MYSELF AGAINST GBV IN MY HOME.

As a little girl, I grew up with my father and mother and our home was filled with love and peace. I admired my parents and I always looked forward to that day when I would become a wife, a desire I soon realized. My husband and I had a great relationship at the beginning to our marriage, however, …

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LOOKING BACK TO LOOK AHEAD: HOW WOMEN IN HOIMA ARE THRIVING.

Daisy is a beneficiary of a former NAWOU  intervention which ended 3 years ago and does not carry with her the memory of the project but tangible impact to her life. She spoke to NAWOU staff and couldn’t hide her joy about changes her life has experienced. She testified that before the NAWOU interventions and …

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