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Equipping women and girls

with tools and information to access development opportunities and become
agents of change within their communities.

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Bulogo Womens Group

Since its foundation in 2004, Bulogo Women’s Group remains committed to its mission of Equipping women and girls with tools and information to access development opportunities and become agents of change within their communities

Core Programs

Entrepreneurship Street Business School

This business programme provides women living in extreme poverty with an entrepreneurial training that gives them the skills, innovation and confidence to transform their lives through the creation of a self-sustaining business.
Each of these women who goes through the program graduates from the 6 months programme as an independent business owner. The business coaches (graduates of the program) learn key aspects of starting and growing sustainable businesses including.

  • Starting small and launching out
  • value addition
  • markets
  • packaging
  • innovation and
  • saving, investment and record keeping
Environmental Protection and Conservation

Our community experiences poor land use and management of the environment, crop production has continued to go down. There is therefore, a growing need to improve the environment and promote proper usage of land (soils) for sustainable agriculture. Since women livelihoods are mostly determined by the climate, BWG works at enhancing environmental protection and management, BWG supports women households to plant trees around their plots of land and home compounds and also construct energy saving stoves.

Girls Education and Empowerment

Working with parents, teacher, girls and community leaders, we conduct interventions to keep girls at school and ensure the access quality education.
Water and Sanitation.
Our projects go beyond getting girls into school. We work to ensure that girls learn and feel safe while in school; are supported to complete all levels of education acquiring the knowledge and skills to compete in the labor market; learn the socio-emotional and life skills necessary to navigate and adapt to a changing world; make decisions about their own lives; and contribute to their communities and the world. Girls’ education is our priority. Better educated women tend to be more informed about nutrition and healthcare, have fewer children, marry at a later age, and their children are usually healthier, should they choose to become mothers. They are more likely to participate in the formal labor market and earn higher incomes. All these factors combined can help lift households, communities, and countries out of poverty.

Water and Sanitation

The Hygiene, Water and Sanitation program aims at promoting a clean safe environment fit for habitation among the rural communities by increasing access to safe water and by enhancing improved hygiene and sanitation practices and behaviors in schools and communities.