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  • Organisation

    SORAK Development Agency is a registered Ugandan local grass root based NGO. The organisation beginnings started in 2003 when they conducted a study which showcased that at least 90% of the women interviewed were in abusive marriages. This led to their interest in addressing the issues of gender-based violence and HIV/AIDS among rural women in Mubende.

    The organisation concentrates its efforts on vulnerable populations as well critical issues affecting the health and education systems of women empowerment in Uganda. SORAK implements community and vulnerable persons focused programmes since 2010 and has since then implemented about 14 grass root focused projects. These target women, girls, youth, children, PWDs and a few men. SORAK cherishes participatory approaches to programming with emphasis to mainstreaming gender, HIV and AIDS, key population as well as disability.

    • Organisation

      SORAK Development Agency is a registered Ugandan local grass root based NGO. The organisation beginnings started in 2003 when they conducted a study which showcased that at least 90% of the women interviewed were in abusive marriages. This led to their interest in addressing the issues of gender-based violence and HIV/AIDS among rural women in Mubende.

      The organisation concentrates its efforts on vulnerable populations as well critical issues affecting the health and education systems of women empowerment in Uganda. SORAK implements community and vulnerable persons focused programmes since 2010 and has since then implemented about 14 grass root focused projects. These target women, girls, youth, children, PWDs and a few men. SORAK cherishes participatory approaches to programming with emphasis to mainstreaming gender, HIV and AIDS, key population as well as disability.

    • Project

      Teens 2 teens’ project increases the participation of vulnerable teens in education, sexual and  reproductive health services and rights (SRHR) promotion in the sub-counties of Kibalinga, Kigando Bagezza, and Nabingoola -Mubende districts. The project will use participatory theatre approaches (music, dance, drama, poetry, discussions, puppetry, life testimonies, and storytelling) to reach the public.

      The project builds capacity in participation and involvement for SRHRs and education promotion and protection and address gender norms and harmful social-cultural practices that lead to girl child school dropout leading to child marriage on one hand; discrimination and stigma on commercial sex workers and girl children with disability on the other.

      At the end of the project, young girls will have access to education, there will be reduced discrimination, and stigma as well as improved protection and promotion of  SRHRs. This will promote the girl child, commercial sex workers, and empower Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) as well as improve service delivery in SRH and education to have meaningful impact and gains for the vulnerable voiceless girls and children with disability.

  • Project

    Teens 2 teens’ project increases the participation of vulnerable teens in education, sexual and  reproductive health services and rights (SRHR) promotion in the sub-counties of Kibalinga, Kigando Bagezza, and Nabingoola -Mubende districts. The project will use participatory theatre approaches (music, dance, drama, poetry, discussions, puppetry, life testimonies, and storytelling) to reach the public.

    The project builds capacity in participation and involvement for SRHRs and education promotion and protection and address gender norms and harmful social-cultural practices that lead to girl child school dropout leading to child marriage on one hand; discrimination and stigma on commercial sex workers and girl children with disability on the other.

    At the end of the project, young girls will have access to education, there will be reduced discrimination, and stigma as well as improved protection and promotion of  SRHRs. This will promote the girl child, commercial sex workers, and empower Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) as well as improve service delivery in SRH and education to have meaningful impact and gains for the vulnerable voiceless girls and children with disability.

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