• Plot 10, Jalum Road, Northern Division, Iganga Municipality P.O.Box 556, Iganga, Uganda, East Africa
  • +256 772 449 270
  • idiwa2009@gmail.com
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IDIWA is a non-Governmental Organization established in 2000 by women of different disability categories including Physical, Sensory and Psychosocial disabilities and Parents of Children with Disabilities from Iganga District, on realization that Women and Girls with Disabilities face heightened discrimination on account of gender and disability, which limits their access to social services.

IDIWA envisions an inclusive society in which human rights, citizenship, and potential of Women and Girls with Disabilities, and other vulnerable groups are respected.

The mission is to empower Women and Girls with Disabilities, and other vulnerable groups to maximize their potential and improve their standard of living.

Our overall goal is to improve the quality of life and social well-being of Women and Girls with Disabilities, and other vulnerable groups in Uganda.

IDIWA’s Empowerment Program focusses on advocacy for improved access to services, resources (ownership and control), participation in democratic and governance processes, economic opportunities and respect for their human and health rights.

Advocating for the realization of human rights of persons with disabilities is an essential part of IDIWA’s work, including advocacy for accelerated access to disability friendly SRH services by Women and Girls with Disabilities.

IDIWA is implementing project on Eliminating Sexual Gender Based Violence among women and girls with disabilities in Mayuge and the organization is developed a SGBV Advocacy tool box which needs to transcribed into a braillie copy.

IDIWA is seeking a suitably qualified consultant to transcribe a braillie copy for Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) Advocacy tool box.


The main objective of this consultancy is to transcribe a brailie copy for SGBV advocacy tool box. The tool kit should be produced in a braillies and must not change meaning of the provided tool. IDIWA is highly focused on non-formal education methods in the delivery of peer education to women and girls with disability. The product must be well produced and of high quality for publication

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