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Women's Organization Network for Human Rights Advocacy (WONETHA)
Building Capacity for Sex Workers' Rights
Purpose: To promote the human rights and empowerment of sex workers through trainings in functional adult literacy and security management and human rights workshops for sex workers and police.
Crested Crane Lighters (CCL)
Community Mobilization for Sex Workers' Rights
Purpose: To advance the health and human rights of sex workers through community outreach, peer education on sexual and reproductive health, HIV counseling and entrepeneurship training.
Gulu Union for Women with Disabilities in Uganda (GUWODU)
Economic Empowerment and Reproductive Health Rights of Girls and Women with Disabilities
Purpose: To promote the rights of girls and women with disabilities through income-generating activities and advocacy for improved access to sexual and reproductive health information and services.
Kwataniza Women Farmers Group (KWG)
Oil Justice and Land Rights in Buseruka
Purpose: To promote the natural resource rights of marginalized community members in Buseruka and minimize the impact of oil exploration through education on land rights and environmental protection.
Sampada Grameen Mahila Sanstha (SANGRAM)
Peer-led HIV/AIDS Education Among Sex Workers
Purpose: To defend the rights of sex workers and empower them to design and implement sustainable programs for their own health; and to combat discrimination and stigma within the wider community through community organizing, rights-based education, and peer-led HIV and AIDS programs.
Espoir pour l'Enfance
Support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children and People Living with HIV/AIDS
Purpose: To improve and sustain the living conditions of HIV-affected children and people living with HIV and AIDS through medical support, market gardening activities and community mobilization against stigma and discrimination.
Action for Women and Awakening in Rural Environment (AWARE-Uganda)
HIV/AIDS, Food Security and Human Rights Program
Purpose: To empower women and girls through improved access to reproductive health care, livelihood development and education.
Purpose: To prevent and address sexual and gender-based violence by providing medical and psychosocial care to rural survivors and their partners, providing training on voluntary HIV testing and counseling, reporting sexual abuses and advocating with local authorities for the protection of women's rights.
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