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The report gives progress of the activities carried out by CEEWA-Uganda during the year 2014. These activities were carried out under 3 main approaches namely, Projects funded by external partners; networking with partners as well as activities aimed at institutional strengthening of CEEWA-Uganda itself. Read moreDownload
CEEWA Uganda runs the Adolescent Empowerment Program targeting girls and boys in school on a quarterly basis during school holidays. The program was designed to increase adolescents' understanding to manage their transition into respected, empowered, employable and self reliant adults. Since its commencement in 2017, participants have raised their success stories and benefits from the program as indicated in the pocket brief.Download
CEEWA-U in partnership with and Mentor Generations organised the 4th HMEP during period 27th – 31st August 2018. The training program was attended by a total 16 students, mainly in Ordinary and Advanced Level in the schools within the community. The main thrust of the program was to build capacity of the students in school (aged 13-19) to manage their transition into responsible, confident and self -reliant adults and further equipped with skills for adopting to a dynamic environment. Read moreDownload
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In 1999 CEEWA-Uganda undertook a survey involving 325 clients from 27 MFIs in uganda as well as well a Participatory Rural Appraisal with clients from 3 MFIs using different methodologies. The study revealed that clients of MFIs needed and wanted bigger loans fro purchase of fixed or current assets and longer repayment periods. It was also noted that clients do actually seek larger loans by borrowing from several institutions at the same time. Since they cannot admit to having multiple loans, they smiply dont tell thus increasing the risk to the MFI. With this developments CEEWA-U and UMU designed a new loan product " The Capital Asset Loan Know as KIKALU"Read moreDownload
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Poverty and disability in Uganda have been impossible to separate, despite impressive economic gains made by the country in the last two decades. About 6.7 million (13.7 % of the Ugandan population) have disabilities and 13 % live in rural areas (2014 Population Census). 60 % of the persons aged 60 years plus have impairments. It is estimated 24 % of the poor are persons with disabilities (PWDs) implying that for every four poor persons in Uganda, one of them is a PWD.Read more