How did you come to be involved with Aidlink? What makes Aidlink special to you?
Aidlink enables vulnerable communities in Uganda to realise their human rights and ARUWE shares this vision. Aidlink is committed to reducing gender gaps, for example, in the education sector where they promote the right to access safe water and sanitation facilities in vulnerable communities and schools. ARUWE shares Aidlink’s vision and we advocate for rural women’s economic justice, sexual and reproductive health and rights, promoting education and lifelong learning, enabling communities to adapt to climate change and challenging the negative impact of rigid and oppressive gender stereotypes.
ARUWE is partnering with Aidlink in supporting our health programs, on creating a friendly environment where children, especially girls, can realise their right to education. Aidlink is supporting ARUWE to implement WASH programs in schools to enable children to stay in school and to increase the accessibility to safe water and sanitation facilities in schools and communities.