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Government to empower women to mitigate conflicts...

She stressed that despite of the political peace at hand, women still face many challenges yet they can play a critical role on peace building.

Poor social services hindering women from...

They argue that the majority of the women especially those in rural areas spend more time doing unpaid care work like looking after children, animals,...

3,000 women, youth to be trained to stop...

Hajjat Aisha Lubega, the deputy chairperson electoral commission who represented the chairperson, said that causes of violence during elections is the...

Empower the girl child

Esther Kyazike, director Kawempe Youth Centre said girls still face challenges such as right/access to education, nutrition, legal rights, medical care...

Women activists to revive women movement,...

Statistics indicate that only 21.6% of women in the public sector enjoy the high positions (Permanent Secretaries and Commissioners among others), 33.3%...

Semenya cannot compete without hormone suppressing...

World Athletics banned Semenya and other DSD athletes from races between 400m and a mile unless they take testosterone-reducing drugs.

Firm seeks to increase women participation...

Having more women involved in financial technology will ensure that products and services on the market are well-tailored to suit their needs.

Nabbanja shatters the glass ceiling

Nabbanja says with big machines, grease on the hands, mud-caked boots and the smell of diesel in the morning are part of the job.

EOC calls for more women in senior govt positions...

We must invest in leadership as women. We are tired of women working for more than 30 years and retire into poverty.

Women voices should be listened to in the...

The number of women in leadership in Africa is still too low at about only 23% but, countries led by women responded to COVID-19 pandemic better.

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