Advocacy UWEAL is one voice for business women as a trusted partner to Private Sector Foundation Uganda to advocate for conducive business environment for business women. We are slowly but surely making UWEAL a power...

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Capacity Building

Capacity building: a ) Training: This service is provided to members who have governance and management challenges in business. Under this program, needs assessment studies are performed to ensure that the needs of UWEAL...

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Networking At UWEAL we believe providing opportunities for women to meet and share experiences of how to start, sustain and grow business makes a difference in a business women mind. We also encourage women to create a market for...

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 Resource Centre

Resource Centre Successful Entrepreneurs always look for information to boost their business. Information is power and therefore UWEALs' mandate is to equip her members with as much information as possible; physically...

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Women Investment Club

The Women Investment Club Savings and Credit Cooperative Society (WIC SACCO) is a member driven program of UWEAL that promotes a saving and investment culture among women in business. It started as a response to members’ demand...

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Breakfast Meetings

UWEAL held its first member breakfast meeting on 15th February, 2012 at the Secretariat. The meeting which attracted over thity five (35) participants addressed the topic, ‘Keeping Customers’, and was facilitated by Dorothy...

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The Mentoring Program

Mentoring is increasingly becoming popular among business people and has been recognized as an indispensible tool in leadership and entrepreneurship development. A core function under UWEAL’s capacity building initiatives, mentoring has over the past twenty five (25) years of UWEAL’s existence contributed towards the emergence of  women business leaders that have made their nation proud by cementing Uganda’s image as a state that recognizes and supports women’s economic development as an aid for national development. UWEAL mentorship program in 2012 sought to build and strengthen the leadership and business capacities of sixteen (16) women entrepreneurs (mentees) by linking them with fellow business women and professionals who possess valuable expertise, experience and networks in the various disciplines (mentors). Over a period of six (6) months,...

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The Girl Entrepreneurship Program targets young women in secondary school to university level and tertiary institutions to promote entrepreneurship as more that a technical skill, but a life-determining attitude. The program is based on a sequence of visits to deliver a 3 part module. The module includes interactive exercises, a presentation by a mentor also referred to as a role model, and finally facilitated discussions and debates. The intention of the UNV- sponsored program is to support each participant's personal...

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