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IDIWA SGBV Program kicks off with Human Rights and Advocacy Skills Training for Women and Girls with Disabilities to promote equitable access to disability-friendly multisectoral services for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence and empowering women and girls with disabilities to demand their rights

The feeling of being Equal to others is still a big puzzle for Women and Girls with Disabilities -WGDs. This is mainly due a number of challenges they face on a daily basis, including negative attitudes, discrimination, isolation and exclusion from family and community activities, all of which tantamount to abuse and violation of human

Women with Disabilities have cause to Smile as Kamuli District makes strides to fulfill their commitment to inclusive access to SRH services and information

IDIWA Staff being shown an adjustable bed in the labour ward by midwife Mbulamuti HC III

Access to disability friendly SRH services continues to be a challenge in most Health Facilities in Uganda in general and Kamuli district in particular. This is further worsened by limited data on women and girls with disabilities who seek health services. This is partly because the people who enter data in the HMIS form 105

Terms of Reference for designing Real time software for Monitoring and Evaluation

Justification for Real time software for monitoring and evaluation IDIWA is adjusting its analytical approaches, policies, programs and monitoring systems to sharpen its focus on results. As part of this effort, IDIWA is strengthening its approach to monitoring to accelerate results based reporting by ensuring that timely and high quality data are used to monitor

Terms of Reference (TOR) for Baseline Survey

Project Title: Eliminating Sexual and Gender Based Violence against Women and Girls with Disabilities in Mayuge District 1.0 Background:2.0 About IDIWA Integrated Disabled Women Activities is a voluntary, not for profit non-governmental organization established in 2000 purposely to empower Women and Girls with Disabilities, and other vulnerable groups to maximize their potential and improve their


Integrated Disabled Women Activities-IDIWA is a voluntary non-governmental organization promoting human rights of Women and People with Disabilities, and other vulnerable groups in Uganda. IDIWA envisions and inclusive society in which human rights, citizenship and potential of Women and People with Disabilities and other vulnerable groups are respected. IDIWA’s mission is to empower Women and


Organizational Background Integrated Disabled Women Activities-IDIWA Uganda, a non-governmental dedicated promoting human rights and sustainable livelihoods among Women and Girls with Disabilities, is seeking candidates for the position of Gender Based Violence Program Manager. Established in 2000 by women with disabilities, IDIWA Uganda is a voluntary, not for profit non-governmental organization. Its mission is to