Promote Reproductive Health Rights for Girls and Women With Disabilities in the Region
Purpose: Promote equal rights and elimination of all forms of discrimination against WGDs
Promoting the rights of WWDs in Uganda to enhance access to and inclusion in socio-economic development programmes and services at national and local levels by 2024
Strategic Objective: To enhance the capacity of WGDs in selected districts of Eastern Uganda to demand for their rights
- Train 1000 WGDs from selecetd disricts of Eastern Uganda on Human rights and SGBV by 2024
- Train 400 WGDs from selected districts of Eastern Uganda as paralegals by 2024
- Sensitize 1000 duty bearers and community members from selected districts of Eastern Uganda on rights of PWDs by 2024.
- Conduct training for IDIWA staff, Board members and partner women organizations on the National and International frameworks for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment and disability by 2024
- Establish 2 Sub-Regional SGBV referral mechanisms in Eastern Uganda and functional by 2024
- Translate, simplify and transcribe into braille atleast 4 key National and International laws and policies into braille by 2024.
- Review and Disserminate IDIWA Human Rights training manual by 2024
- Develop Guidelines for mainstreaming disability in district local government service delivery system by 2024
- Train and engage atleast 1000 duty bearers from selected districts of Eastern on effective implementation of the disability and SGBV laws and policies by 2024.
- Capacity building through training, mentoring and coaching
- Sensitization/awareness raising through media campaigns and community dialogues/meeting, dissemination of IEC materials.
- Evidenced based Advocacy and lobbying through research, engagement with policy makers/duty bearers, demonstrations, policy influence, petitions, position papers and policy briefs. 4. Collaboration and networking with like-minded organizations, state actors and community structures