Women’s Economic Justice

The Women’s Economic Justice Project (2015-2018) is being implemented among 26 women groups within 13 Sub counties of Luwero district, in consortium with Uganda Association of Women Lawyers (FIDA-Uganda) and the Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI), with support from Forum for Women and Development (FOKUS). The overall goal of the project is to develop women’s capacities and potential to actively participate in business and entrepreneurship to favourably compete in the economic market. This programme promotes women’s engagement in agri-business to promote commercial rather than subsistence agriculture in a bid to boost women’s economic status.

NAWOU’s role is to organize women into influential and sustainable groups, whose members enjoy economic development and can use their numbers to influence decisions 

NAWOU WEJ Project field office is located at Agali awamu Kasaali SACCO building in Luwero Town Council along Kampala – Gulu highway next to Dawson Petrol station.

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Addresses the underlying gender hierarchies and their relevance for shaping societal practices that propagate discrimination of women and girls. ​