ALOWA in Action

Radio Programs

ALOWA uses radio programs and spot messages to disseminate information focusing on women’s rights and Laws advancing women’s rights.

Training Activities

ALOWA organizes several trainings geared towards addressing social, economic and political injustices. The trainings target many categories of women including those living with HIV/AIDs, those with Disabilities, rural poor Women and young girls in Schools. Trainings usually are organized to promote women’s participation. Themes of trainings include networking and leadership, decision making, community organizing, advocacy and lobbying, communication, participation, financial management and entrepreneurship among others.

Roundtables for Women Empowerment

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

Public Debates

ALOWA organizes public debates on several themes all geared towards highlighting issues that affect women’s empowerment in Uganda.

Promoting access to information, lobbying, advocacy and Networking

ALOWA enables women in Uganda to develop a common understanding of the importance of the right of access to information, lobbying, advocacy and Networking. ALOWA enables Women to explore mechanisms for promoting transparency, participatory decision making process and political participation.

Engaging leaders at levels

ALOWA engages leaders at all levels to increase women’s participation in local government planning increasing women’s access to essential services like health, education and water

Economic empowerment

ALOWA focuses 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 to sustainability of micro-projects and the mechanisms to overpass gender barriers in business opportunities will be made. ALOWA empowers women to fight against poverty and HIV/AIDS and enable them involve fully in development activities to meet the millennium development goals. ALOWA empowers women and young girls economically and educationally to enable them participate in development activities, initiate the community to advocate for support and education of girls, to increase the enrollment of girls in the school, to change the life of poor women and their families through community save and credit schemes, revolving fund provision in order to empower their households economically.

Email Newsletter

If you join our mailing list we will always send you information on some of the activities that All in One Women's Association has carried out within the local community.

Recent News & Events

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    Namayingo, Butambala Get New CAOs

    Lillian Kobusingye the Kabale Central Division Assistant Town Clerk and Christopher Ahimbisibwe the Northern division Assistant Town Clerk have been promoted to Deputy Chief Administrative Officers. Lauben Ntegyereize the Kabale deputy town clerk confirmed the promotion of the two clerks yesterday. The two leaders have now been replaced by Grace Munyambabazi (Central) and Alex Baingana (north).

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    Drunken Woman Assaults Kabale LC5 Chairman

    Police in Kabale are investigating a case in which a 68 year old woman allegedly attempted to beat up the Kabale LC5 Chairperson Patrick Besigye Keihwa with a club and used abusive language on him. Police says Dinah Rutagyema, a resident of Kanyankwanzi cell, Kitumba sub county in Kabale district on March 26th, while at Kanyankwanzi trading centre, asked Chairman Keihwa money to buy alcohol which he declined.