RURAL WOMEN EMPOWERMENT Reaching out Women through self help
groups and local leadership
WHY WOMEN? Equal opportunities, access to education and freedom to engage
in economic opportunities for Women
EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN CONFERENCE To effectively impact the lives of Women
and girls to achieve their full economic potential
AT ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL - UGANDA Empowering women in areas of financial inclusion,
banking, financial management and household income.

Equal opportunities, access to education for Women in Uganda.

Our Vision

Our vision is a world that needs women in every aspect, grant them the opportunity to be; equal opportunities, access to education and freedom to engage in economic opportunities.

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Get Involved Now

Take part to inspire and empower people to make healthy choices for themselves and their families, from using condoms to sleeping under bed nets to visiting a doctor when they are sick.

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Why it Matter?

Every day in so many ways, the work of the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs makes a difference in the lives of people around the world through stories of those we have helped along the way.

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WHAT WE DO

Reproductive Health for Women & Girls

Under this component, Inspired Women Uganda has established partnerships to provide reproductive health services and HCT services among young women and girls. Complementary services include; dissemination of information, education and communication materials.

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Advocacy for Women & girls issues

51 percent of Ugandans lack access to safe water and 81 percent do not have access to improved sanitation facilities. Further, due to disparities in water access in Uganda, urban people living in poverty pay as much as 22 percent of their income to access…

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Financial Inclusion for Women and girls

Under our Sustainable income program, we promote economic empowerment of the poor and vulnerable. We also aim to improve household incomes for the poor and vulnerable, promoting income generating opportunities, saving & investment culture among the beneficiaries.

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‘Now we are equal’, – ‘A Lifeline to Stay Afloat’

OUR IMPACT

20
PROJECT COMPLETED
1000
WOMEN TRAINED
80
FAMILIES REACHED

OUR PARTNERS