Pads making continue with a story of Proscovia.

Pads making continue with a story of

In 2018, she dropped out of school due to economic challenges of her family.
Our foundation picked her for full sponsorship and last year in November, she finished her training in Tailoring and we awarded her a certificate.

This year, we brought her at the foundation to make her as an employee to train other girls in tailoring.
Currently, she is at the foundation working hard to make sure all pads are ready for distribution when schools open soon.

We have many young girls who drop out of school and who could benefit from our Skilling program and later be employed in our business and cottage industry that is taking shape. You can create your own proscovia by changing and transforming a school drop out.

Contact us.

women’s day – Ibanda

While celebrating international women’s day in Ibanda

We conquered the streets of Ibanda in our charity run organized to raise funds for providing Menstrual Pads to under privileged girls in schools of Ibanda.

Thanks Leticia and Marianne for sending in your support from diaspora through world remit. We have only 6 days to the marathon.
Thanks for all who are contributing to this cause.

Thank you Radio West, Eiraka Radio, Ecoplastile, The Smith Foundation, Ibanda community Development, Mugisha Automobile, and all individuals doing much to help the girl child.

Thanks everyone who turned up.

women’s day eve

International women’s day engagements

At Kibubura Girls SS.

Our Founder Justus Ahimbisibwe, Spent 7th of March discussing Gender equality and milestones in the Ugandan constitution In regard to the same.

The dialogue was attended by all schools in Ibanda, the Deputy RDC, Uganda police.

Thanks Eiraka radio for coordinating this.

Generational Equality

Our theme for International Women’s Day (8 March) 2020 is, “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights.”

The theme is aligned with UN Women’s new multi generational campaign, Generation Equality, which marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. Adopted in 1995 at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China, the Beijing Platform for Action is recognized as the most progressive road map for the empowerment of women and girls, everywhere.

The year 2020 is a pivotal year for advancing gender equality worldwide, as the global community takes stock of progress made for women’s rights since the adoption of the Beijing Platform for Action. It will also mark several other galvanizing moments in the gender equality movement: a five-year milestone towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals; the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council resolution 1325 on women, peace and security; and the 10th anniversary of UN Women’s establishment.

The emerging global consensus is that despite some progress, real change has been agonizingly slow for the majority of women and girls in the world. Today, not a single country can claim to have achieved gender equality. Multiple obstacles remain unchanged in law and in culture. Women and girls continue to be undervalued; they work more and earn less and have fewer choices; and experience multiple forms of violence at home and in public spaces. Furthermore, there is a significant threat of rollback of hard-won feminist gains.

The year 2020 represents an unmissable opportunity to mobilize global action to achieve gender equality and human rights of all women and girls.

The United Nations Observance of International Women’s Day 2020 will take place at the United Nations Secretariat in New York on Friday, 6 March 2020, from 10 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.

The Observance aims to bring together the next generations of women and girl leaders and gender equality activists with the women’s rights advocates and visionaries who were instrumental in creating the Beijing Platform for Action more than two decades ago. The event will celebrate change makers of all ages and genders and discuss how they can collectively tackle the unfinished business of empowering all women and girls in the years to come.

The Observance will include addresses by senior representatives of the United Nations system, an inter-generational dialogue with gender equality activists, and musical performances.