Rwamwanja Women Empowerment, established in 2020 in the Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement, is a dedicated non profit organization committed to fostering the well-being of vulnerable populations, with a primary focus on child protection and the prevention of gender-based violence (GBV). Operating within the challenging context of a refugee settlement, our foundation recognizes the unique needs and vulnerabilities of women and youth in such environments. At the core of our mission is the belief that every child deserves a safe and nurturing environment to grow and thrive. We are passionately engaged in various initiatives aimed at safeguarding children from harm, exploitation, and abuse. Through community-based programs and partnerships, we work towards creating a protective ecosystem that empowers children with the knowledge and resources necessary for their holistic development. Addressing the pressing issue of gender-based violence is another cornerstone of our efforts. We implement comprehensive prevention strategies that encompass awareness campaigns, educational workshops, and community mobilization. By fostering a culture of respect and equality, we aim to mitigate the risk of GBV and contribute to the creation of safer spaces for women and youth. Our presence in the Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement underscores our commitment to reaching those who are often marginalized and overlooked. We recognize the resilience and potential within these communities and strive to provide them with the support needed to overcome the challenges they face. Through advocacy, education, and capacity-building initiatives, we empower women and youth to become agents of positive change in their own lives and communities. As we continue our journey, we remain guided by the principles of empathy, inclusivity, and sustainability. The Rwamwanja Women Empowerment is not merely an organization; it is a catalyst for hope and empowerment, working towards a future where every child can experience a childhood free from violence, and every woman and youth can realize their full potential.
- Tommorrow Vijana
Organization Mission: “Our mission is to actively combat and eradicate gender-based violence through comprehensive prevention and protection strategies.”
Organization Vision: “"Our vision is to create a safer and more inclusive society by actively preventing and protecting against gender-based violence through education, advocacy, and support."”
Contact Person: SANDRA NSIMIRE
Contact Email: email@example.com
Second Contact Person: Ainemani Branton
Secondary Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional location: Rwamwanja, Nkoma Katalyeba T/C Kamwenge District Western Uganda
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