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Education Rights project in Rukiga
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Education Rights project in Rukiga

The purpose of staging drama shows was to promote the right to education for all children among the communities of North Rukiga targeting parents, PTA members, SMCs, teachers, headteachers, local councils, and the district education department. The main objective was to contribute to the improved capacity of schools and community structures in providing for children...

Access to Justice Project
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Access to Justice Project

KWID worked in partnership with FIDA Uganda to implement an access to justice project in Kabale. Community members accessed lawyers in their communities, accessed legal support in their communities. The trained community legal volunteers helped to reconcile victims and perpetuators except on cases like defilement, child neglect, and denying pregnancies which were referred to police...

Empowering citizens to participate in development processes
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Empowering citizens to participate in development processes

With support from World Vision, KWID Sensitized Kamwezi Sub County on decentralization policy; roles of different stakeholders in the planning process through village, parish, and sub-county dialogue meetings. The result was effective participation in planning and budgeting processes which led to responsive plans and budgets.

Activism on Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Kabale District in 2018
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Activism on Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Kabale District in 2018

Since 1991, the Centre for Women’s Global Leadership has conducted the 16days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaigns from 25th November -10th December. Throughout the years, this campaign has gained momentum reaching endless corners around the world. GBV prevention networks have been organized in all corners East, West, North, and South of this world since...

Better Parenting Campaign in Rukiga District
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Better Parenting Campaign in Rukiga District

In March 2021, KWID in partnership with CLICK Rukiga implemented the Child wellbeing project in Kyogo and Kyabuhangwa parishes in Kamwezi Sub- County in Rukiga district. The purpose of the campaigns was to enhance caregiver’s skills, knowledge, attitudes, and practices using better parenting skills 69 adults (58 females and 11 males) participated in the campaigns....

Civil Society in Uganda Digital Support (CUDS) Programme.
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Civil Society in Uganda Digital Support (CUDS) Programme.

In 2020, KWID partnered with the Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) to implement the Civil Society in Uganda Digital Support (CUDS) Programme. This programme was funded by UN Women under Women Peace and Humanitarian Fund (WPHF) COVID-19 Emergency Response. The programme was intended to promote a conducive digital environment through training and equipping staff with...

Civil Society Empowerment Project 2008-2010
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Civil Society Empowerment Project 2008-2010

In partnership with World Vision, KWID implemented a civil society empowerment project in which we engaged local movements at the village, parish, sub-County, and District for improved access to services through responsive programmes, laws, and budgets and as a results bylaws like on hygiene and sanitation, all school-going age to enroll stay and complete primary...

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