Women Empowerment Workshop

There is an incremental unemployment rate in Uganda and mostly women, in which 18-30 year-olds make up 64% of unemployed persons. Amuno Foundation’s skill development department tackles this issue by tapping into people’s creativity and potential, inspiring job creators and entrepreneurs. We equip Ugandans of all ages, educational backgrounds, and economic status in both

Youth Skills Development

Why youth skills? Persisting in such high numbers, youth unemployment impacts individuals, families, communities, and the whole economy. Put simply, it becomes a pressing issue for everyone, everywhere. At the same time, passionate and innovative young people around the world are showing us the power of youth-led business and social change. Understanding the potential of

Educating Children in Bukedea

Our education program looks at providing school fees and scholastic materials i.e. school uniforms, shoes, stockings, exercise books, pencils, pens, mathematical sets, test books, etc. We do identify unprivileged households who lack the opportunity to take their children to better schools. We believe education for children in Bukedea district is a great opportunity for

State of Children in Eastern Uganda

Eastern Uganda is the most violent region against children, according to the Uganda Violence against Children Survey released by the Gender, Labour, and Social Development Ministry Thursday, 9 August 2018. According to the survey, the most common forms of violence against children are either physical in nature or emotional followed by sexual violence. The

Creating a Healthy Community

Up to 75% of the disease burden in Uganda is due to preventable causes such as lack of good hygiene and sanitation practices. According to the 2006 UDHS, 59% of the households have pit latrines; 77% have access to safe water sources; 75% live in houses made of temporary material, and 14% of persons

Eradicating child Labour

Child labor denies children many of their human rights, including the right to education, to rest and leisure, and to be free from economic exploitation. These rights are enshrined in international conventions including the Convention on the Rights of the Child (ratified by Uganda in 1990), the International Convention on Economic, Social, and Cultural

Gender Equity & Women empowerment

Studies show that when women are supported and empowered, all of the society benefits. Their families are healthier, more children go to school, agricultural productivity improves and incomes increase. In short, communities become more resilient. Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right but a pre-condition for sustainable development. Providing women and girls