• Plot 10, Jalum Road, Northern Division, Iganga Municipality P.O.Box 556, Iganga, Uganda, East Africa
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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 ri

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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 BACKGROUND
Following 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 poo

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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 w

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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, in

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TRANSCRIBING SGBV TOOL BOX INTO BRAILLIE

1.0 ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND

IDIWA is a non-Governmental Organization established in 2000 by

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Sexual and Gender based violence during the lockdown and how WGDs are at risk of violence

ON 31st March 2020, media reports in Uganda indicated that “five people had died due to domestic violence since government imposed ‘stay at home ‘measures in mid-March

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