Training for over 200 Vulnerable Women in Uganda

by Divine Women Organization


Provide job training and support for over 200 Ugandan rural women affected/at risk of domestic violence.
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Domestic violence is a very big problem and one of the leading causes of women’s injuries in rural Uganda. Women experience violence from their partners, at least 60% of them have been harassed,battered and some times murdered by their partners. Methods used include beating, pushing, dragging, forced sex, arm twisting etc. Unemployment, absolute poverty, illiteracy and the poor living conditions are major obstacles facing these women who are struggling to live a happier lives.


Skills training -for job creation, reduced poverty, and improved living conditions. Sensitization and empowerment for domestic violence prevention. The victims and those vulnerable will acquire job skills to start own income generating businesses.

Long-Term Impact

The project creates opportunities for over 200 women in need of training skills for income generation. The project also sensitizes women on domestic violence prevention.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


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Organization Information

Divine Women Organization

Location: Kampala - Uganda
Divine Women Organization
Project Leader:
Annet Nakajugo
Kampala, Uganda

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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