- ABOUT US, OUR FOUNDING STORY, OUR VISION, OUR MISSION AND HOW WE WORK -
NWASEA is a professional learning and efficient organization that embodies integrity and transparency. Read More, ...
NWASEA works with women and the community living in Read More, ...
We are grateful to have a strong leadership Team that has enabled us get this far and we believe to achieve,.. See Our Team.
The National Women Association for Social and Educational Advancement (NWASEA) is a legal entity registered as a non-governmental organization and a company limited by guarantee. The organization was formed in 1995 to address gender inequalities in social, political and economic spheres of life, hence the emphasis on women’s emancipation and empowerment in a manner that enables the poor, the neglected and marginalized members of the community to be at the centre of production and target for advocacy and decision making processes.
The National Women Association for Social and Education Advancement (NWASEA) was established in 1995 as an indigenous non-Governmental Organization (NGO). It is now a fully-fledged Non - Governmental Organization which is registered with the NGO Board of Uganda, as well as a company limited by guarantee without share capital. Read More.
Our Daily Objectives
Community empowerment, self-realization and participation in change;
0.1 Integrity, trust, openness, equity, justice
0.02 Transparency, commitment, team spirit, objectivity
We mainly raise our working capital through donor funds. However, we are developing a sustainability model of funding at least 50% of our activities in the next 3 years. This will be achieved through small income generating projects such as a bakery, agricultural schemes and a credit facility scheme among others.
We identify crucial needs in the communities where we work, from which we develop proposals to attract funds to solve these social,, educational, governance and business empowerment needs. Once funds are obtained, well planned action oriented activities are implemented to solve these identified needs in the respective communities.