In 2012, Brian sold his land worth $1,500 and started the Brian Mutebi Dream Scholarship Fund for girls at-risk, GBV survivors, teenage mothers and orphans. While successful scholarships schemes in Africa and .../Read More.
We fundraised and built a house for helpless orphans. Livingstone Ssempebwa and Francis Ssekatawa had been abandoned by their father after the death of their mother. She was pregnant and her husband battered her, .../Read More.
In 2017, we launched HerWallet, a social business enterprise providing microloans to urban poor women. The women call themselves “Widows of the living” because they are married but to absent husbands and thus the .../Read More.
In 2016, we joined Girls Not Brides Uganda (GNBU), the Ugandan Partnership to End Child Marriage. GNBU has membership of over 100 Civil Society Organizations maximizing synergies with the core objective of bringing .../Read More.
In 2017, we were one of the youth organisations in Africa that took part in the 4th AU-EU Youth Summit in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, that developed the Abidjan Youth Declaration and the consequent AU-EU Youth Plug-In .../Read More.
We participated in the French-African Young Leaders Program contributing to the emergence of the “next generation” of Franco-African leaders, who will be able, by their values and means of action, to meet the .../Read More.
In 2019, EDOU was one of the three principal promoters of Girls Flourish (GF), a non-profit that worked with UN Women Uganda and Ministries of Gender and Education to developed, implement top-of-the-mind awareness .../Read More.
We have leveraged the power of storytelling to advocate for access to affordable reproductive and maternal health services for low income persons. This is especially for women in remote and hard-to-reach areas as .../Read More.
In 2019, we undertook a study and published the report “Unmasking the ghost of GBV among refugee girls and women” that documented forms of Gender Based Violence (GBV) among South Sudan refugee girls and women in .../Read More.
In Kyankwanzi district, a rural district located 150km away from Kampala, lying in Uganda’s dry Cattle Corridor, accelerated climate changes characterized by unpredictable rainfall patterns resulted in water stress .../Read More.
We aim at acquiring partners in individuals and institutions to share into our Dream of transforming lives by providing access to education to those who otherwise have no hope of attaining an education, and deepening our social action in Uganda. Brian has been the main benefactor of the charity. The task however is too big to handle single-handedly. A Partner is he who donates to our work. An Ambassador shares this cause with people in their networks and encourages them to support us. Ambassadors provide that vital link connecting willing hearts to the area of practical need.
Be a Partner; be EDOU Ambassador today!
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