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Terms of Reference (TOR) Short Term Assignment for developing an Anti-Sexual Harassment and Abuse-ASHA Policy

Organizations such as IDIWA in trying to reach their aspirations are faced with internal and external challenges that affects implementation of designed programs and such challenges include but not limited to sexual harassment and abuse amongst staff and stake holders which affects its work and image internally and externally. Therefore, it’s incumbent upon the organizational

Terms of Reference for Development of an Ordinance on Accelerating Access to Disability Friendly Sexual and Reproductive Health Services for Women & Girls With Disabilities

Introduction:  Access to Disability friendly reproductive health services for women and girls with disabilities is an aspect that has had a blurred attention. Rights of PWDs are often abused in many and varying ways. WGDs are sexually abused by people known to them and strangers, exposing them to unwanted pregnancies and Sexually Transmitted Infections including


Integrated Disabled Women Activities is a voluntary, not for profit non-governmental organization established in 2000 purposely to empower Women, People with Disabilities and other vulnerable groups to maximize their potential and improve their standard of living through Economic Empowerment and Livelihoods, Human Rights and Good Governance, Community Based Rehabilitation, Health and reproductive rights, and Education.

IDIWA accessibility audit exercise reveals progress and gaps

Members of the accesibility audit team inspect a public facility during the exercise.

Integrated Disabled Women’s Activities (IDIWA) has conducted accessibility audit on public facilities in the 16 sub counties of Iganga district to ensure that they are on standard. The 47-member team conducted the audit exercise last July on public facilities that included Health centres, Hospitals and schools in Igombe, Makuutu, Nakigo, Buyanga, Bulamagi, Nambale, Nawandala, Namungalwe,

IDIWA conveys more than what the name suggests, writes Jill Delman – Intern

Jill Delman

The business counseling sessions conducted by IDIWA convey much more than commercial or personal enterprise knowledge that its name eludes to. I have been a part of several business counseling sessions in different sub-counties and have seen so much more than occupational advice. IDIWA goes beyond counselling women and other beneficiaries on ways to succeed

Executive Director’s message

IDIWA Eexecutive Director Elizabeth Kayanga

I welcome you to third issue of IDIWA News, and I bring warm greetings from IDIWA family. In this issue, I happy to share with you our esteemed readers, the findings of our filed monitoring and impact of the various programs implemented by IDIWA. The Monitoring and Evaluation function is critical for developing, testing and