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    Meet the village health team!

    Our health team works tirelessly in the village to take care of the needs of the people. Our health team works tirelessly in the village to take care of the needs of the people.Our health team works tirelessly in the village to take care of the needs of the people.

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    Human Rights Volunteers Trained on Community Access to Justice

    On 2-3 March, 2012, a team of 18 Human Rights Volunteers gathered in Gulu to receive further training on the protection of human rights, documentation of human rights abuses and success stories, and monitoring and evaluation of GWED-G’s Community Access to Justice program.

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Who We Are

Gulu Women Economic Development & Globalization (GWED-G) was founded by grassroots women in Northern Uganda who suffered the impact of the war– women whose rights had been violated and those whose children have been forcefully abducted by the Lord’s Resistance…

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What We Do

 Fighting for the rights and dignity of women, children, and the vulnerable. Gulu Women Economic Development and Globalization (GWED-G) is a women’s rights Organization founded in 2004 as a non-profit, non- partisan and non-governmental organization. We implement short-term projects and…

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Take Action

Would you like to help GWED-G achieve our vision? We have several options for engaging with our work: Intern Vacancies Donate   Think you have a skill that would benefit GWED-G’s work or staff? Get in touch! We’re always open…

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6th African Conference

With funding and support from AJWS (American Jewish and Worlds Service), GWED-G sent two representatives, Ms. Pamela Angwech (executive director) and Ms. Josephine Ogweta (SGBV program officer), on February 3rd-7th, 2014 to the 6th African Conference in Younde, Cameroon. Women…

Capacity Building Workshop of UYONET Member Organizations In Northern Uganda

This capacity building workshop helped UYONET member organizations to gain financial managmenet and policy development skills, while at the same time helping to strengthen relationships betweeen these member organizations.

GWED-G staff, Oyella Juliet, together with the girls club in Pagak Primary school during support and mentoring visits to girls.

Girls School Leadership Programs in Action!

After receiving funding from AJWS (American Jewish World Fund), GWED-G implemented their Reproductive Health Rights Project in four locals schools located in the Lamogi sub-county, Amuru District. The four participating schools were Keyo Primary and Senior Secondary, Pagak Primary, and…

6th African Conference

With funding and support from AJWS (American Jewish and Worlds Service), GWED-G sent two representatives, Ms. Pamela Angwech (executive director) and Ms. Josephine Ogweta (SGBV program officer), on February 3rd-7th, 2014 to the 6th African Conference in Younde, Cameroon. Women…

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GWED-G staff, Oyella Juliet, together with the girls club in Pagak Primary school during support and mentoring visits to girls.

Girls School Leadership Programs in Action!

After receiving funding from AJWS (American Jewish World Fund), GWED-G implemented their Reproductive Health Rights Project in four locals schools located in the Lamogi sub-county, Amuru District. The four participating schools were Keyo Primary and Senior Secondary, Pagak Primary, and…

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Programs for Children

Promoting youth empowerment for the realization of human rights.

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