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Publications

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Annual Report 2019

The 2019 Annual Report covers the activities carried out under the Women2030, CEEWA's Sub-grant to Action for Rural Women Empowerment (ARUWE), CEEWA’s interventions, achievements, networking with partners, and lessons needed to guide the implementation of the mid-term strategic plan 2017- 2021.

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Annual Report 2018

The Annual Report summarizes CEEWA’s interventions, achievements, for 2018 and lessons learned needed to guide the implementation of the new mid-term strategic plan 2017- 2021.

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Annual Report 2017

The Annual Report summarizes CEEWA’s interventions, achievements, for 2017 and lessons learnt needed to guide the implementation of the new mid-term strategic plan 2017- 2021. Read more

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Annual Report 2016

Our 20th anniversary year gave us a great opportunity to reflect on our accomplishments and chart a way forward for the next medium-term. This report documents a year’s accomplishments in form of programs (activities) and networking with our partners. Read more

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Annual Report 2015

The 2015 CEEWA-U Annual Report covers the activities carried out under the Global Fund for Women (GFW) Project, the African Women Development Fund (AWDF) Project and networking with partners. Read more

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Annual Report 2014

The report gives progress of the activities carried out by CEEWA-Uganda during the year 2014. These activities were carried out under 3 main approaches namely, Projects funded by external partners; networking with partners as well as activities aimed at institutional strengthening of CEEWA-Uganda itself. Read more

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Annual Report 2013

The Annual Report for 2013 covers the activities that were implemented by CEEWA-Uganda during the course of that year. Read more

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Training Manual for Women Entrepreneurs on Entrepreneurship Development & Business Skills

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Sustainability of Enterprises Owned by Women Farmers in Rural Communities - Tracer Study Report

The Tracer Study was to try and understand the gender-related factors that influence the performance of enterprises owned by women and men and the related challenges that affect the progress, competitiveness, and sustainability of farming-related enterprises. Read more....

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Sustainability of Enterprises Owned by Women Farmers in Rural Communities - Training Report

The training determined the adoption of the previously acquired knowledge and skills and the current entrepreneurship capacity gaps.  It was offered to equip the women farmers with knowledge and skills needed to promote the adoption of modern farming practices and the application of knowledge and skills to enhance competitiveness and sustainability of enterprises owned by individual women and their respective groups. Read more...

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Sustainability of Enterprises Owned by Women Farmers in Rural Communities - Monitoring & Mentoring Report

The activity was designed to help each of the three women groups build consensus on the measures required to strengthen groups’ functionality and to assist them to formulate a business plan for each group enterprise. Read more....

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Policy brief: The Economic Empowerment of Girls and Women with Disabilities

Poverty and disability in Uganda have been impossible to separate, despite impressive economic gains made by the country in the last two decades. About 6.7 million (13.7 % of the Ugandan population) have disabilities and 13 % live in rural areas (2014 Population Census). 60 % of the persons aged 60 years plus have impairments.  Read more

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Policy Brief on Gender and Agriculture

Agriculture is one of the core sectors of Uganda’s economy. By 2005, it employed about 70% of the labor force (UBOS, 2005). Being the largest employer, agriculture employs 83% of women as primary producers and they contribute 70-75 percent of agricultural production.

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Gender Dimensions of Corruption in Uganda

Corruption remains one of the biggest endemic challenges facing Uganda’s quest for equitable national development. This study set out to; examine the gender dimensions of corruption in Uganda with a major focus on the different forms of corruption; the standards of accountability mechanism in central and local government

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Policy Brief on Gender and Education

Education is a fundamental human right as well as a catalyst for economic growth and human development (World Bank, 1993). The constitution of the Republic of Uganda articles 30 makes education for Ugandan Children a human right, and in article 34 children are entitled to basic education by the state and the parents.

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Policy Brief on Gender and Health

Uganda‟s population is estimated at 33 million, as in 2010, with a life expectancy of 51 years for men and 52 years for women. With a population growth rate of 3.4% and a total fertility rate of 6.2 children per woman, Uganda‟s population is projected to reach 58.8 million by 2025.

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KIKALU THE CAPITAL ASSET LOAN

In 1999 CEEWA-Uganda undertook a survey involving 325 clients from 27 MFIs in Uganda as well as a Participatory Rural Appraisal with clients from 3 MFIs using different methodologies. The study revealed that clients of MFIs needed and wanted bigger loans from the purchase of fixed or current assets and longer repayment periods. " The Capital Asset Loan Know as KIKALU"Read more

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Summary of CEEWA-Uganda Strategic Plan 2017 to 2021

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Gender Analysis and Participatory approaches for effective Micro-finance delivery in Eastern Uganda

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Training Manual for Micro-finance Clients

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Baseline Study on Lending Methodologies of Micro-finance Institution (MFIs) in Uganda - January 1999 - Research Report

CEEWA undertook a four-phased baseline study to the extent to which Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs) methodologies and products are able to become financially sustainable while meeting clients' needs. Read more...

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Report on Training Workshop on Policy Analysis & Advocacy - December 2001

Under the Institutional Development Program, CEEWA-U organized a training workshop for its members and staff, which was the second in a series of three intended to build the capacity of members and staff. The goal of the workshop was to build their capacity in Policy Analysis and Advocacy. Read more...

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THE GENDER GAPS - Gender Dis-aggregated Data in Agriculture Extension in Uganda - 2003

This Issue Brief highlights issues for advocacy to institutionalize the collection, analysis, storage, and retrieval of Gender Disaggregated Data (GDD); thus mainstreaming GDD in data systems. Read more....

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Impact Assessment of Services Provided by MFIs on different Categories of Clients in Uganda - November 2003 - Research Report

This report provides an insight into the nature, quality, and sustainability of changes in the livelihoods and enterprises of MFI clients. Read more...

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AGRICULTURE FINANCING STUDY - Clients Coping Strategies & Challenges - November 2004

CEEWA-Uganda, through a Study" Agriculture Finance: Clients Coping Strategies and Challenges", sought to understand clients' practices and experiences in investing in agriculture as well as the levels of risks involved in agricultural financing. Read more...

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A Gender Perspective of the Medium Term Competitive Strategy for the Private Sector (2000 - 2005) - Research Report

The study was to undertake a gender analysis of the Medium Term Competitive Strategy (MTCS) for the Private Sector so as to determine the extent to which it addresses the gender concerns in Private Sector Development. Read more...

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Gender Mainstreaming in NAADS - Farmer Institutional Development Enterprise Selection & Development - 2006

CEEWA worked closely with the National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) through advocacy for the integration of gender concerns in agricultural advisory services. The collaboration built around the acknowledgement that significant gender differences still exist in access to and benefits from agricultural advisory services. Read more...

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Extent of Gender Mainstreaming in the Implementation of the NAADs Programme - June 2006 - Research Report

CEEWA-U has been monitoring gender mainstreaming in the implementation of the NAADS programme in selected districts for the past two years and has reviewed the monitoring reports and some NAADS documents to document the extent of gender mainstream in the programme implementation. Read more...

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Gender Analysis Training Workshop for BLD & AC Partners - Workshop Report - November 2009

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Gender Mainstreaming Training Modules for CSOs & Local Governments - October 2010

CEEWA-Uganda took up the challenge to provide the BLD partners and the LGs with a simple set of training modules in gender mainstreaming that can be used in-house to train their staff and members, especially new ones who are not trained in gender mainstreaming. The modules would also guide/facilitate the CSOs and LGs to implement the Uganda Gender Policy in their areas of jurisdiction. Read more...

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CEEWA Uganda Financial Manual

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