Globally, one in three women experience violence in their lifetime.

Women and girls experience widespread discrimination in every aspect of their lives. At school. In society. In politics. At work. Sexual harassment and the threat of violence is a daily reality. This discrimination is wrong. It traps women and girls in poverty.

% Uganda’s population is below the age of 30.

60% of the population in urban areas live in informal slum settlements.

64% of women and girls report having experienced gender-based and/or domestic violence.

40% Subheading of young women and girls in Uganda are married before the age of 18

35% of girls and young women drop out of school due to early pregnancy.

2X Girls and women in Uganda are more likely to contract HIV/AIDS than men.

What we stand for

Our Vision

A gender-equal world where girls thrive and lead.

Currently approaching the problem of child marriage utilising a multi-dimensional approach – addressing education, gender based-violence, social norms, and providing income generation opportunities. Commitment to children, adolescent girls and young women living a life of equality, justice and dignity, and the solutions we develop to support these are sustainable in the long-term.

Our Mission

To provide children, girls, and young women with opportunities to succeed, thrive as leaders in communities through a holistic education, economic empowerment programs. We envision a world where children, girls and women get to reach, tap into their full potential through access to an education; develop into economically independent, empowered.

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