Call upon the Government to fulfil its commitment towards the provision of free sanitary pads to school going girls in Uganda

While campaigning in Lango sub region in 2015, President Museveni promised that if elected back into power, his government would provide school-going girls with sanitary pads. This and many other commitments have been made by the government of Uganda but we are still yet to see all these happen on paper and in reality. Managing

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STATMENT TO LAUNCH THE 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM

    PRESS STATEMENT    28th November 2021, Gulu – Uganda: The Women’s Probono Initiative (WPI) and Partners filed 2 Public Interest Cases in March 2020 challenging the Government’s failure to provide psychosocial support and community mental health support services in primary health care facilities in Uganda for women with mental disabilities that have suffered

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WOMEN’S PROBONO INTIATIVE ANNUAL REPORT 2019

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PETITION CONDEMING PLAN BY GOVERNMENT TO CO-SIGN THE GENEVA CONSESUS DECLARATION

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World Contraception Day Statement

                                                                                                             

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The Public Interest Case Filed Challenging the Death of Babies at an Unregistered Medical Facility in Jinja District Closed

                                                                                                             

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The #StayAtHome Campaign and Uganda Government Response to Violence.

  On a dreary Monday afternoon, I sit on an uncomfortable wooden bench filing a police report for stolen property when a lady walks into the police station with her two toddlers whilst carrying her baby in a swaddle. It would not be a particularly memorable event save for the fact that this woman bears

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Official Statement on the Return of Justine Namubiru’s Remains

31st August 2020 Our Ref: ……………………….. Your Ref: ………………………    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kampala, Uganda ─ Yesterday (30th August 2020), the remains of the late Namubiru Justine were officially repatriated back to Uganda from Saudi Arabia where the deceased passed on earlier this year in March and were officially identified by the family of the

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