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  • Organisation

    Lutino Adunu (means children loved or of the heart) is a registered non-profit community based organisation with its office located in Anaka Town Council, Nwoya district. It was established to promote and support learning through provision of community library services, education sponsorship for selected beneficiaries and the establishment of a school for re-building the lives of children in post war northern Uganda.

    Founded in 2014 by Shilla Adyero a human rights advocate, Lutino Adunu already runs a community library,an adult microfinance group teaching budgeting and financial management to community members in Nwoya district. Other projects include an adult literacy programme, a scholarship project and soccer for social change a form of helping children cope with the trauma of war through physical exercise.

    In a bid to contribute to the alarming rate of school dropout and early child marriages in Nwoya district, Lutino Adunu founded the Atek Reusable Sanitary Pad project in 2016. The project seeks to address the perpetual challenge of Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) through the making, training and selling of affordable reusable sanitary pads to underprivileged women and girls.

    The integration of gender mainstreaming into all programming has enabled the organisation to address most gender needs that had raised in the organisation and the community.

    • Organisation

      Lutino Adunu (means children loved or of the heart) is a registered non-profit community based organisation with its office located in Anaka Town Council, Nwoya district. It was established to promote and support learning through provision of community library services, education sponsorship for selected beneficiaries and the establishment of a school for re-building the lives of children in post war northern Uganda.

      Founded in 2014 by Shilla Adyero a human rights advocate, Lutino Adunu already runs a community library,an adult microfinance group teaching budgeting and financial management to community members in Nwoya district. Other projects include an adult literacy programme, a scholarship project and soccer for social change a form of helping children cope with the trauma of war through physical exercise.

      In a bid to contribute to the alarming rate of school dropout and early child marriages in Nwoya district, Lutino Adunu founded the Atek Reusable Sanitary Pad project in 2016. The project seeks to address the perpetual challenge of Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) through the making, training and selling of affordable reusable sanitary pads to underprivileged women and girls.

      The integration of gender mainstreaming into all programming has enabled the organisation to address most gender needs that had raised in the organisation and the community.

    • Project

      Lutino Adunu’s Transforming the lives of rural women groups in Nwoya District aims at  building Financial Literacy and Village Savings and Loan’s Association (VSLA) as a tool for Economic Development. The project aims at improving financial and economic status of women’s livelihood and sustainable development and resilience. It seeks to build the capacities of women household groups with business skills on financial savings and economic empowerment; facilitate the women groups with financial support as start-up for increase of the businesses of the women and their income; and to build the capacity of the women household groups to participate effectively in household and community decision making.

      The project targets a total of 500 direct beneficiaries and 1000 indirect beneficiary (household members) in Goma sub-county in Nwoya District building on and replicate the on the successes realised in Anaka sub-county a few years back.

  • Project

    Lutino Adunu’s Transforming the lives of rural women groups in Nwoya District aims at  building Financial Literacy and Village Savings and Loan’s Association (VSLA) as a tool for Economic Development. The project aims at improving financial and economic status of women’s livelihood and sustainable development and resilience. It seeks to build the capacities of women household groups with business skills on financial savings and economic empowerment; facilitate the women groups with financial support as start-up for increase of the businesses of the women and their income; and to build the capacity of the women household groups to participate effectively in household and community decision making.

    The project targets a total of 500 direct beneficiaries and 1000 indirect beneficiary (household members) in Goma sub-county in Nwoya District building on and replicate the on the successes realised in Anaka sub-county a few years back.

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