What we do
We aim to educate, empower, and provide entrepreneurial capacity and opportunities to young girls (from 9 to 19 years) and their families (already victims and those at a risk of falling victims of child marriage and teenage pregnancy) especially those from the poor rural areas and disadvantaged group settings. We are committed to seeing all girls live to their full potential in Uganda. Because of our commitment, we have structured programmes and measures to help in achieving our objectives.
We work directly with girls to give them the opportunity to build skills and knowledge, understand and exercise their rights and develop support networks.
Addressing child marriage and supporting the needs of married girls requires us to consider the economic and structural drivers, which are a barrier to ending child marriage.
Mobilise Families & Communities
Many families and communities see child marriage as a deeply rooted practice, which has been part of their culture for generations.
Advocating for Laws & Policies
Laws and policies play an essential part in preventing child marriage and teenage pregnancy and support married girls in the community.