Meet our Grassroots Partner Nakere Rural Women Activists (NARWOA)

Nakere Rural Women Activists (NARWOA) is an umbrella Community Based Organization for women groups established in November, 2002. It was established as a community response to humanitarian crisis in Karamoja, to address cross border and inter-ethnic political instability, rise of war lords, high domestic violence, and discrimination of women in the society and overall adverse poverty. With the vision to create inclusive society that promotes the rights of women and other vulnerable people in Uganda. The organization focuses on five themes including; NARWOA’s leadership management and governance Capacity, Research and Advocacy, Capacity of women organizations, Livelihood, and Networking and partnerships. Read More “Meet our Grassroots Partner Nakere Rural Women Activists (NARWOA)”