Improving Rural Girl’s Menstrual Sanitation and Hygiene Project.

Ensure girl-children stay at school to complete education, access sanitary pads and information unconditionally and attain skills on proper menstrual sanitation and hygiene management (MSHM).

YWAFT in Partnership with TACE PADs

Reusable sanitary Kits

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Advocacy against girl school drop-out rate
Establish girl’s health clubs and movements to provide peer-to-peer counselling and reproductive health information in schools.
Economic empowerment, social capital
Establish a revolving fund for Women and youth to Economically empower, social capital access or guarantees in areas that have development capacities
WASH Project Implementation in rural and urban areas of Teso
We emphasize and ensure that there is supply of clean and safe water to the communities for domestic use.

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YWAFT Major Intent

The overreaching goal of the YWAFT Strategic Plan 2019–2022, is to alleviate the problems and to drive positive results for the most disadvantaged school girl-children and women at-risk, and the vulnerable unemployed youth. Learn More..

Reasons To Care

Child Rights protection

YWAFT beliefs and commited to the principle contained in Article 19 of the UN Convention on The Rights of The Child that all children

Women's Empowerment

Identifying girls and women at greatest risk and in greatest need is a prerequisite to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all

Promoting girl child right

Promoting girl children rights and protection from forced teenage marriage, exploitation, unplanned pregnancies but stay at school and complete education.

Youth Empowerment

YWAFT embraces ICT and promotes it adoption and implementations.

We strongly acknowledge how Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) have already taken their permanent place in the socio-economic transformation of communities by speeding up the dissemination of information, facilitation of research and innovation much needed to address common community problems such as limited access to information about the markets for farmers’ produce, limited entrepreneurship knowledge especially among the youth, and limited access to meteorological information. ICTs have also simplified ways in which communities communicate. By just posting an idea or issue on social media, views and opinions are attracted that could be possible solutions to the issue at hand. 


Recognizing 21st World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD)

Global 21st March WDSD

TUDSA closely works and coordinates with local NGO’s, CBO’s, international NGO’s and the Government of Uganda in helping and supporting persons with Down syndrome in Uganda and these include, YWAFT, DSi, UN Radio New York Kiswahili program, DSA UK and etc.
21st March Every Year

What is Down Syndrome

Clean and safe drinking water

YWAFT is enforcing the construction of water harvesting systems annexed to the classroom blocks in rural schools faced with the challenges of accessing clean and safe drinking water, and health facilities for harvesting rain water as well as the construction of lined VIP drainable latrines for boys containing urinals and handwashing facilities and  for girls containing washrooms and handwashing facilities in the rural schools.