Video Credit: Current and past staff & consultants with CARE International in Uganda. (Click to play video)
Unimaginable violence made Cecile a widow and mother
International Women’s Day (IWD) 2019
Put the HER in HERo this women’s day – We are celebrating all the HERo’s in Uganda, from
Celebrating Gender Parity at CARE Uganda on IWD 2019
Let’s celebrate that, for the first time in 50 years of history and existence in Uganda; CARE has
achieved having 50% female staff overall. This is an achievement to celebrate as this result is not accidental but very deliberate. It has sometimes come at a cost, having to accept to delay the start of projects or certain components to ensure we would attract women and have women on the shortlist. It also meant being strategic about our recruitment and selection processes and the coaching, mentoring and supporting of our internal female talent but also our male gender champions, without whom women would not feel comfortable growing in our organization.
Let us continue to make sure all staff in CARE Uganda, women, men, people with disabilities whom we also hope to attract more in the future, with different backgrounds, religions, tribes, sexual orientation, gender identity feel welcome and appreciated in line with our Gender Equity and Diversity values.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we celebrate our own story of change, a story that demonstrates that with deliberate efforts, gender justice is possible!
Women benefit from VSLA
Showcasing WAYFIP’s contribution towards Women Economic Empowerment
Showcasing WAYFIP’s contribution towards Women Economic Empowerment as we celebrated International Women’s Day under the theme; ’’Women Economic Empowerment in the Changing World of Work’’ – 2017
The HEAL Project
Securing Batwa Health, Education, Agriculture and Land Rights in Uganda.
From Despair to Joy
The Untold Story of the Batwa Communities In Kisoro and Kabale Districts.
Natural Resources At Stake
Natural Resources at stake: Is it a question of Governance or management? CARE in…
Natural Resources at stake: Is it a question of Governance or management? CARE International in Uganda through her partner ACCU’s intervention is raising eye brows among leaders and media attention. They have also documented these encroachment issues as herein the video.
The SAVE UP Project
The impact of SAVE UP Project – VLSA Programme
Kigezi Business Development Services (KBDS)
Promoting Farmer Market Linkages – A Case in South Western Uganda
Scaling Up Saving to Augment Income Nationaly
VSLA’s Promoting Self Financing Among the Rural Poor
NUWEP – Voices of the Impact Group Members
NUWEP – Voices of the Impact Group Members. Transforming lives of women and girls of reproductive age to enjoy their social, economic, political and sexual rights