Tag: Luweero women

24
Oct

4th NATIONAL WOMEN’S WEEK: LIFE OF A WOMAN CROSS BORDER TRADER

4th NATIONAL WOMEN’S WEEK: LIFE OF A WOMAN CROSS BORDER TRADER The life of a woman cross border trader, challenges and opportunities in the EAC integration process 4th National Women’s Week: EASSI’s ultimate mandate under Women’s Economic Justice Project, WEJ is to link inland women to regional and international markets. This leads to the establishment of synergies between the Luweero

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12
Oct

WOMEN’S ECONOMIC JUSTICE (WEJ)

WOMEN’S ECONOMIC JUSTICE PROJECT: WEJ PUBLICATIONS WEJ Publications. Other Publications: EAC & Related Protocols  |  Gender and Trade  |  Newsletters  | Annual Reports  |  Beijing +20

2
Oct

LUWOMCO WOMEN TO PARTICIPATE IN UGANDA INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 2018

LUWOMCO Women To Participate In Uganda International Trade Fair 2018 The Uganda International Trade Fair (UGITF) is a business development event in East Africa which offers an unrivaled opportunity to the business community to showcase their products and engage with their customers at a wider base. The trade fair is organized by Uganda Manufacturers Association (UMA) at Lugogo Show Grounds.

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9
Sep

Luweero Women Plan for Business Expansion

Luweero Women Plan for Business Expansion By Agnes Akoth A two day needs assessment and planning session was held at the EASSI Training Centre on September 7 -8, 2018, for the five best performing groups under the Women’s Economic Justice (WEJ) Project implemented in Luweero District by EASSI, NAWOU and FIDA-U. The training was supported by the Forum for Women

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28
Aug

Women’s Economic Justice, Wej Luweero District, Uganda

ABOUT WOMEN’S ECONOMIC JUSTICE PROJECT (WEJ) IN LUWEERO DISTRICT. The Women’s Economic Justice project (WEJ) 2015- 2018 is implemented within 13 sub counties of Luweero District in partnership with the Eastern African Sub-regional Support Initiative for the Advancement of Women (EASSI), Uganda Association of Women Lawyers (FIDA) and National Association of Women Organizations of Uganda (NAWOU). The initiative is supported

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