In Uganda, millions of girls are denied their basic human rights – simply because they’re girls. Uganda For Her is working to end gender inequality and promote girls’ rights.

What’s Happening Now

Our Peer Educators train girls to help them understand menstruation and teach them how to care for their reusable sanitary pads.

We support teen mothers by providing them with donated shoes and clothing, and by helping them to set future financial and family goals.

With support from a local Hibiscus juice company in Uganda. The women are given a source of income to provide for their families.

Our Accomplishment

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Sanitary pads Distributed since 2015
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girls received training on reproductive health, business and leadership skills.
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Schools reached in Mpigi, Wakiso, and Mityana since 2015

What You Can Do

Your donation will support our vital work to advance gender equality for Girls

We are accepting interns and volunteers for work placements in Uganda

Your gift of $30 each month will bring hope and change to a sponsored child’s life.

Stories from our work

Our Initiative Creates Safe Space for Girls
Our Initiative Creates Safe Space for Girls

When Margaret was 15, her parents informed her that she was going to marry a 36 year old farmer from her home village of Sakabusolo in Mpigi District. She pleaded with her parents to let her stay...

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Culture and Gender Inequality in Uganda
Culture and Gender Inequality in Uganda

Over the past decade, global emphasis on human rights and gender equality has grown considerably across the socio-political realm.  Even the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the UN-backed...

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