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  • Kireka, Uganda

This organization program is tailored at empowering widow women and teenage mothers to have equal access to resources, fight poverty, become independent and share opportunities with other community members at large.

These are some of the activities and projects carried out in the areas of Livelihood Support Projects.


  1. Advocate  for the rights of women and girls to be considered and given a change to be part of the community transformation and have an independent mind in decision making.
  2. Provide startup capital which is used to setup a working space, buy business equipment/materials and tools needed to carry out a profitable project.
  3. Organize periodic training on project/business Leadership and Management, finance literacy skills, Book keeping, accountability, updated marketing and entrepreneurial skills for the growth of the business project.
  4. Networking for building marketing linkages: The organization creates strategies for better marketing opportunities for the women group. The group society will network with various marketing agencies. It will also make efforts to explore other market avenues for selling the project’s related products to attract more clients and develop a brand name in the community of business. e.g social media business advertising pages and other project publishing avenues.
  5. Organizing field tours to the identified project for the women group with support of some men to visit other already established project of a kind to learn and explore more in the development of their business and for networking.
  6. Celebration of World Women’s Day: As part of awareness rising on women rights and livelihood entitlements, World Women’s Day will be celebrated through communities targeted. Women from all the selected and formed groups are mobilized for mass rally on the occasion organized by the organization
  7. Awareness Workshop on government livelihood entitlements: To increase knowledge on the existing entitlements schemes and available for disadvantaged communities.
  8. Community Assessment and Base line Survey: carrying out an annual community assessment among the women groups and their family to access the impact of the livelihood support projects implemented and supported by the organization to help us come up with a better or more realistic strategies aimed at empowering the women economically and socially.

Some of the projects include Outside catering, Wine Making, Carpentry and Joinery, Cake baking business, Live band setup, Internet Café and Secretarial bureaus.

The beneficiaries are selected from the community and given business skills and startup capital to manage their businesses with our periodic monitoring and continued mentoring

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Our partners

Star Primary School-Nyanja

Abangi Women Group- Njeru

Sunrise Nur & Pri. School- Nabiyagi

Mbikko Brass Band & Music center

Creamland Education support Service

Malangha Youth Soccer Project LTD