In addition Kinawataka Women Initiatives, cares for many children affected by Aids, ensuring they have a home, an education and a family. This same work ethic is taught to the children thereby ensuring that Uganda's new generation is prepared for the future ahead.
KiWI has 75 registered members.
We seek to mobilize and sensitize the less privileged women in our community about their rights in various sectors so as to fight poverty, disease and illiteracy. We encourage them to get involved in projects that use locally available materials.
We aim to eliminate poverty and raise the standard of living amongst women
and our community as a whole.
1. To inform and encourage women in Uganda to know their rights,
to live in God's faith and to be mature in child
2. To inform women on environment protection, management, and modern farming methods.
3. To sensitize women on: HIV / AIDS and prevention of mother to child transmission,
TB, Malaria preventions and control.
4. To organize workshops and seminars on project management, poverty eradication,
and laws which can guide them in the community.
5. To investigate abuses and violation of women's rights by relating to The Human Rights Commission and Uganda Joint Christian Council in ev
ery quarter of the year.
6. To gather and settle women and children who come from internally displaced camps
from Northern and Eastern Uganda to our community.