“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
• Women, Peace and Security in Africa and the 10th
Curator Masum Momaya sits down with activist Peace Musiimenta to talk about how entrenched cultural traditions in Uga
The fifth edition of The New Vision Woman Achiever Award project kicked off last week.
The "Peace Bikes" initiative is part of UNDP's larger sexual and gender-based violence programme which has
Imagine a Uganda where bruises and broken bones don't keep mothers away from caring for their children
Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) is a non-governmental organisation established in May 2000 by several women organis
On a special report, the National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda, analyzed the evolution of the conflic
On the International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament, ISIS-WICCE called for reflection rather than celebration
Women with disabilities in northern Uganda experience ongoing discrimination and sexual and gender-based violence, Hu
After more than two decades of war, people in northern Uganda are trying to put their lives back together.
Ugandan Member of Parliament Betty Amongi explains why women are so important to peace and security in Uganda.
After we launched our Community Knowledge Worker (CKW) network in Uganda, I was reviewing a budget report and came ac
This August SCHAP teammates Jessica Davies and Nelson Powers went to Uganda on August 8, and then back again August 2
A network of rock stars fuels the Voice Project and benefits the women of Uganda.
In the documentary, Ugandan women tricked into domestic slavery in Iraq, the BBC's Anna Cavell investigates how a gro
Cooking with a traditional three-stone stove in south-west Uganda's sprawling Nakivale refugee settlement used to be
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