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Integrated Disabled Women Activities (IDIWA) undertook an evaluation of its work in the Elimination of Sexual and Gender Based Violence (E-SGBV) against Women and Girls with Disabilities (WGDs) project through an external evaluator. The evaluation covered a period of one and half years from the commencement of the project in Jan 2020. The project was

Learn of how the Sign language skill by IDIWA has accelerated SRHR Services accessibility at Nakandulo HC IV

Sharon Mugero (Not real name) who is a learner at Mulago school of the deaf (she can’t talk or speak) left Kampala when the president closed schools, churches and bars and went to control the spread of Covid-19 and she went to Kamuli (Kakira parish) which is their home village. Before she (Sharon) left she

Living with albinism in Uganda

Disability is without doubt defined differently in different contexts. In the international context, disability is regarded on the one hand as a long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairment in which interaction with various barriers may hinder a person’s full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others (United Nation Convention, 61/106

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