Namayanja Rose Nsereko personifies a relentless and selfless desire to impact the lives of youth, women and the less privileged members of our society. Her desire to uplift others is motivated by her life story where as a child, growing up in a war ravaged area and a poverty stricken family, she was able to defy the odds through hard work and support from others.
We believe without economic empowerment it is impossible to involve young women in key decision- making. Hence, we run entrepreneurship training and incubator programs.
Under education, we have created a provision for scholarships for the girl child right from lower and higher education. We also support the community’s academic infrastructural development
In partnership with other stakeholders, we are currently running a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene program (WASH) in underserved primary schools and communities where we have ensured access to
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Inspire, Educate, Empower
Despite the affirmative action policies in Uganda aimed at including women in democratic processes, there have been lesser and lesser meaningful engagement in key decision making by the day. Women especially the young lack the technical skills, information, exposure and dedicated mentors to become effective leaders. Government has set policies to ensure inclusion however, due to political inequality and rigid societal norms, a woman’s role is still considered secondary to that of a man hence the inequality. Also, majority of the women in Uganda are economically dependent on men making it close to impossible to ensure their independence, they are viewed as subjects rather than partners.
That’s why the RNF seeks to break the status-quo by creating an equalised environment under the principle of equity between women and men through peaceful & transformative means. Therefore, the Foundation was formed under the inspiration of Honourable Rose Namayanja who has defied odds and gender definitions of society, her life as a leader from students and youth politics at village level to in mainstream key decision-making processes right from her teen years to-date. Pushing forward the values and principles that stand for equality-equity for all.
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We are a women-led and focused non-governmental and non-profit organization with a kin interest in facilitating the empowerment of young people.
“I am very grateful to Hon Namayanja Rose Nsereko for the help rendered to our community.”
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