WGEF’s Response to COVID-19
The pursuit of gender justice starts with protecting young girls from being forced or sold into a marriage.
WGEF believes that one’s geographical location does not determine their challenges to be more or less important – hope and support are transnational and one must think locally, globally, relief and sustainable.
Women’s Global Empower Fund has again made the list of top-rated nonprofits. Click the photo to read stories from volunteers, donors and supporters on the GreatNonprofits website.
As we mark our 10th year of working for equality and justice in northern Uganda, we are excited to share our latest initiative: Ending Child Marriage, One Family at a Time.
Human Rights Action in Africa: Children’s Rights First
Addressing Menstrual Health Challenges and Keeping Girls in School — It’s about dignity, period.
To celebrate IWD 2019, WGEF interviewed Mercy Doreen, a WGEF member and Women representative Nwoya District.
Karen Sugar: How This Warrior Is Helping Women Find Their Voices & Choices