ALOWA Accomplishments

ALOWA Accomplishments in 2014

In 2014, ALOWA carried out several activities in agriculture, education, health, Women's Rights, capacity building and other sectors. The activities executed / done included Organizing 6 regional meetings to sensitize women on their rights, Organized 6 regional training workshops for 300 women on Gender equality, Networking and Lobbying, Organized 4 training workshops for 100 women on Fundraising and Resource Mobilization, 60 young girls were assisted with School fees and other scholastic materials, 120 women were given seedlings, 355 orphans and poor children were supported in schooling, 140 home-based caregivers were trained, 152 anti-AIDS clubs were established in schools, 68 radio programs were transmitted on Women’s Rights and HIV/AIDs prevention, 140 Women living with HIV/AIDS were supported with microcredit loans, one National sensitization workshop on women’s Political Participation was organized. In the year 2014, All ALOWA activities aim at promoting women’s empowerment

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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 The two leaders have now been replaced by Grace Munyambabazi (Central) and Alex Baingana (north).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.