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Indeed, Sign Language Unites Us

Celebrating Sign Language, celebrating Inclusion in communities for all is not just words but a challenging task for every organization joining all Deaf Persons globally. In the Ugandan Context, we celebrate Ugandan Sign Language as quoted in the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda Article 35 clause (c) promote the development of Sign Language for […]
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We Sign for Human Rights

We Sign for Human Rights” takes us back to the history of sign language, worldwide. Using sign Language basically has not been a smooth walk for the Deaf people, globally, as human rights is concerned. Sign Language also known as signed language is a language that is based on the use of hands, facial expression, […]
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The Women’s Situation Room

NUWODU joined a steering committee of 7 Women’s Rights Organizations that composed the Women’s Situation Room (WSR) 2020/21 and promoted the full and active participation of women and youth with disabilities in peaceful electoral processes in Uganda. First implemented in the 2016 Presidential elections in Uganda, and with the guidance of United Nations Security Council […]
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Crème of Media from Teso Sub-Region Trained in Inclusive Reporting

The media is a powerful tool when it comes to changing attitudes, ending stigma, discrimination and exposing social problems. However, for persons with disabilities, the media is more of a sword than a tool that can drive social change and justice. It is biased, it is sensationalist, and negative in its language and reference to […]
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Run For The Education Of Women With Disabilities

The 4th annual Makerere University Business School alumni run returned bigger than ever after a year away due to the COVID-19 restrictions of 2021 that curtailed its occurrence. Intended to enable women with disabilities attain higher education at Makerere University Business school, the annual fundraising event drew representation from organisations of persons with disabilities like […]
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Benefitting from A Government Program

I am Ms. Namukaya Florence, of Buchamata village,Kalyowa parish, Irongo sub county Luuka district aged 42, with physical disability, married with 9 children.  When I married, my in-laws did not like me saying their son had married a girl with leprosy. My husband left the village, we were extremely poor, and we used to work […]
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A Woman with A Disability Attains Spousal Support!

I am Ms. Kagoya Faridah aged 30 of Buchamata village, Kalyowa parish, Irongo sub county Luuka district.  I am physically disabled and married to Mr. Yosiya Balietega, a person without a disability with whom I have 8 children. I was born normal but at 13, my sister and I feel sick for three years, both […]
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Hope for A Woman with A Disability

My name is Kijang Debla, a 51-year-old mother of one child from Abarilela sub county in Amuria district. As a woman with a disability, I have been staying in isolation and never had the chance to meet many people.  Getting basic needs was a big problem. I could sleep hungry, and sometimes people helped me […]
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