Incremental project

2 Participatory Design Workshops with 46 women from Mpigi District

Public Consultation for 3 months

WeGanda.Women Asked for Place To heal. To learn. To share. To laugh & To grow

0 %
Unemployment for Women
0 %
Victims of Sexual violence
0 %
literacy rate for females
0 %
of the population are women

According to UNFPA* 2017 report, the majority of women in Uganda are disempowered by being limited to access to healthcare, education and work opportunities. They hardly access training and they are exposed to work in the informal market making them more vulnerable, in particular for young women exposing them to sexual exploitation and poverty.

Join our cause

Women in Uganda, either from Uganda, migrant or refugee, support the entire social system of the country. They contribute a lot more than their male counterparts yet they faces many challenges and the most forms of gender based violence. Women need to be empowered and be champions and leaders in their communities and country.

WEGANDA IN 3# steps

Get Access to the market

In Uganda, women are the ones who sustain the family and they deserve to be empowered and to be the leaders in their communities and country. Our centre aims to support women to access employment and to succeed in their professional career.

Protection and Wellbeing

Our centre includes a mental and physical health unit open 24Hrs, 7/7 as well as a shelter where women and their children can find a peaceful refuge and high qualified professionals for support and assistance.

Get Access to tailored education and training

Our centre includes a social innovation hub where women can have access to formal and informal education as well as tailored modules for trainings.

Why WeGANDA

Women 's economic empowerment is a must

“GENDER EQUALITY IS NOT ONLY A FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT, BUT A NECESSARY FOUNDATION FOR A PEACEFUL, PROSPEROUS AND SUSTAINABLE WORLD”

> 45 women

Participatory Workshops to empower

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