Women With a Mission promotes gender equality, social justice, 

and integrated development of the marginalized women.

Where We Work

mapOur geographical focus as Women With a Mission include the seven civic districts of Mbale, Butaleja, Budaka, Namutumba, Sironko and Bulambuli, Due to resource limitation and donor partner

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Our Work

workWomen with a Mission operates in the three key program areas of Access to justice, social services, legislative advocacy and networking program and organizational development and capacity.

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Our Achievements

achievementsWomen With a Mission target groups are the most vulnerable, most disadvantaged and the marginalized especially Women and Girls. Over the years we have achieved the following:

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Who we are

Women With a Mission (WWM) was established in 2008 by a group of women activists with the objective of promoting and protecting women’s rights, campaign and advocate on issues affecting women and girls and ensuring women live free of violence.

WWM is a registered Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) with a Secretariat in Uganda.

WWM was formed as a result of atrocities done on women like Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV), Widow Inheritance, Bride Price, Female Genital Mutilation in order to advocate for change, campaign against these bad cultural practices and to protect and promote rights of women and girls.

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