ALOWA organizes roundtables on women’s participation in Uganda. Roundtables discuss several issues affecting the progress towards women empowerment in Uganda.

Welcome to All in One Women's Association

All in One Women’s Association (ALOWA) is founded on the collective goal to enhance, promote, and foster the social, economic, cultural and political well-being of Women in Uganda. As a national organization representing women since 2004, ALOWA’s mandate is to achieve equality for all women in Uganda. ALOWA is actively involved with partner organizations at the local, National and across the globe towards this goal to end the discrimination against women.

We focus on women's social insertion in the new market economy in order to ensure their access to new income through own business creation. Support of the initiatives for enterprise creation will be provided through the delivery of individual business tutorship and consulting, managerial training and National and international market networking. A special focus on the sustainability of micro-projects and the mechanisms to overpass gender barriers in business opportunities will be made...


All in one Women’s Association (ALOWA) has an exciting opportunity. ALOWA has received funding from United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF) to implement a project for Strengthening Grassroots Women’s groups to promote and protect Civic Space in Uganda.

Under this project, ALOWA intends to select grassroots Women’s groups and organizations that will be provided with technical and financial support to develop advocacy action plans that will promote and protect civic space in Uganda.

ALOWA is inviting Women and Women’s groups/ organizations in Western, Eastern, Central and Northern Uganda with project ideas on promoting and protecting women’s rights. Selected women and women’s groups/organizations will be given technical and financial support to develop advocacy action plans that will promote and protect civic space in Uganda. Project ideas aimed at promoting and protecting freedoms of Assembly, Association and expression will be given priority. Women leaders and women’s groups/organizations working to defend the rights of women and girls in general including but not limited to business women including market and street vendors, crossborder traders; Women living with HIV; Women with disabilities, Sexual Minorities, Indigenous/ethnic minority women, Widows, Single Mothers, Marginalized rural and urban women and girls, Women refugees, Women in politics and decision making, Women in media, Women in technology, Women in mining affected communities, Women survivors of violence etc are encouraged to apply.

Application Requirements

To be selected for technical and financial support, individual Women and Women’s groups/organizations with project ideas must meet the following requirements;

a) Individual Women

Individual women MUST be aged 28 years and above. Individual women must be having ideas on promoting and protecting women’s rights in their communities. Although there is no specific area of study that is needed, preference will be given to individual women who possess a Bachelor’s degree preferably in Humanities (Social Sciences, Social Work and Social Administration, Mass Communication, public relations, gender studies, ethics and human rights, law, development studies, project planning and management, public administration etc) . Special consideration will be given to individual women who have wide experience in responding to needs of vulnerable women like single mothers, Women with Disabilities, Women domestic workers, women vendors etc. Women who are already advocates of women’s rights will have an added advantage. Only women with Computer knowledge will be selected. Individual Women MUST possess a computer and smart phone. Women with knowledge of writing fundable project proposals will stand a better chance of being considered.

b) Women’s groups and organizations

Women’s groups and organizations working to promote and protect women’s rights will be selected. Women’s groups and organizations must be registered as Community Based Organizations or NGOs and must have a Bank account. Women’s groups and organizations promoting and protecting freedoms of Assembly, Association and expression will be given priority. A women’s group/organization must nominate a leader who must be computer literate. The women’s group/organization or its leader MUST possess a computer and smart phone.

In selecting women, Women’s groups and organizations to be supported, ALOWA will ensure regional balance and all regions of Uganda including Northern, Eastern, Central and Western will be equally represented. Applicants are hereby requested to show the regional area where they will implement their advocacy actions.

How to Apply

Those interested in this opportunity should submit their project ideas (not more than 5 pages showing the Contact person (name, Title, phone number and email address), problem statement, project location, project objectives, activities to be implemented to achieve the stated objectives and budget for the activities to We regret that only women, women’s groups and organizations that will be shortlisted will be contacted.

ALOWA does not charge fees from Applicants and therefore, women and women’s groups and organizations are warned of fraudsters that may use this advert to extort money from applicants.

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