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FIRD-UG

FIRD is a non-Profit Organization focused on tackling challenges facing women, girls and young people across communities in northern  Uganda.

FIRD works in post conflict northern  Uganda communities to protect the most  vulnerable, defend and advocate for their rights and support them fulfill their potential to promote gender equality.

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Current projects

Decide

with support from Plan International. we are implementing a project on Ending Child Marriage in Lango and Acholi Sub Region with the project code “I DECIDE”

inspire package

Seven INSPIRE strategies for ending violence against children is a compilation of effective, evidence-based interventions to support countries in ending violence against children. Measures recommended have proven to be effective in different countries around the world and can easily be tailored to the local context and local needs. And there is something for all - coming from private, public or civil sector, you will find interventions you can apply or get inspired by to develop a new approach!

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Featured Project

Athena Girls Innovation Compound

A grass-roots community builder for young women social entrepreneurs.

Developing transformative development programs and tools which encourage girls and women to enhance their
ICT skills, mentor and Nurture skills for small digital freelancers looking to develop new innovative products/
services , encourage innovation, entrepreneurship, successful business development, and community
economic revitalization of a post conflict region.

Approach to Community

Foundation for Integrated Rural Development (FIRD) applies A human rights-based approach; Community mobilization approach; Public Education; grassroot led advocacy; Peer to Peer approach; Gender Transformative Programming; Alliance and movement building; Creative story telling , Innovation and Partnerships.

champions of change for gender equality

The approach facilitates dialogue that enable boys, girls, men and women reflect into their personal attitudes, perceptions an behavior with the aim of modifying them to promote gender equality and positive SRHR outcomes. Which will enable the girls to learn, lead, Decide their Future and Thrive. This approach has been integrated in the implementation of the NI-Yetu and Decide projects

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COVID-19:The Painful Distance
29Apr

COVID-19:The Painful Distance

Dear women and girls, The last time I saw or heard from you was some time at the beginning of

Human Rights and Climate Change – Impacts on Livelihoods
01Oct

Human Rights and Climate Change – Impacts

The GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE → SEP. 20–27 2019, marked a global concern of women, girls, men, boys and youths about

MHM
28May

MHM

The 28 May marks menstrual hygiene day globally and annually. This specific day is dedicated to educating and informing people

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