• 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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Job Advert: Communication Officer

The primary role of the Communications Officer is to support IDIWA in its internal and external
communications efforts. The individual will be responsible directly for the timely delivery of a variety
of communication materials and activities.

ADVERT FOR THE POSITION OF SGBV PROGRAM OFFICER

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the risk of Women and Girls with Disabilities experiencing different forms of violence and other rights abuses such as the right to food, information and the right to live free from violence among others. IDIWA intends to strengthen her capacity and that of the co-implementing partner’s, to

TOR FOR TRAINING ON PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL SECURITY FOR WWDS AND PROVIDE A SAFE SPACE FOR WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES TO RECEIVE WELLNESS, NETWORK, AND DIALOGUE AND REPLENISH THE WOMEN’S MOVEMENT

PROJECT BACKGROUNDFollowing the breakout of the COVID-19 pandemic in Uganda, the Government of Uganda imposed a total lock down in March 2020. This has had devastating effects mainly on the poor people who live from hand to mouth. Women with disabilities are among those most hit by the pandemic, they cannot earn income from their

TRANSCRIBING SGBV TOOL BOX INTO BRAILLIE

1.0 ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND 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

TOR FOR TRAINING ON VIRTUAL MEETING / CONFERENCE

TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR TRAINING ON VIRTUAL MEETING/CONFERENCE 1.0 Background Integrated Disabled Women Activities (IDIWA) 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

TOR TRAINING CURRICULUM LIFE & COMMUNICATION SKILLS WGDs

1.0 ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND IDIWA Uganda is an indigenous not for profit non-Governmental Organization established in2000 by women of different disability categories including Physical, Sensory and Psychosocial disabilities and Parents of Children with Disabilities in Uganda, on realization that Women and Girls with Disabilities face heightened discrimination on account of gender and disability, and this limits