Digitalisation offers immense opportunities for advocacy, but most rural communities are yet to maximize the digital dividend due to a combination of...
KWID is as a result of two development initiatives;
The establishment of Women councils in Uganda and World Vision Rukiga Area Development Programme. KWID was founded in 1996 by Tumuheirwe Florence who was doubling as the women council chairperson for Kyabuhangwa parish and a guide and interpreter for World Vision technical associates to raise awareness on gender issues affecting her rural community.
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KWID has maintained her core structure as a membership organization organized in branches. The branches are according to parish administrative units within Kigezi Sub-region.
Our news & events paint a picture of the amazing work KWID does around the Kigezi sub-region and explore some of the biggest issues facing the community today.
KWID is a membership organization with 84 current members from 4 branches (Kyanamira, Nyakagyera, Kyogo and Kyabuhangwa). KWID branch meetings were held...
KWID held her Silver Jubilee celebration on 24th September 2021 at Cephas Inn, Kabale to show case its achievements in the last...
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