Katosi Women Development Trust (KWDT)Plot P.O.BOX 33929,
|Phone No.:||+256 414 348 774; +256 772 748 774|
|Fax No.:||+256 414 348 774|
|Contact person:||Margaret Nakato|
- Volunteers are welcome.
- Women's policy
- Social policy/disabled persons
- Educational policy/project
Katosi Women Development Trust (KWDT), registered in 19989, is a non governmental organization with an aim of improving the general living standards of poor, rural peasant communities in Uganda. Evolving out of the success of Katosi Women Fishing & Development Association, it is the development in the lives of the women members of KWFDA that attracted other women groups to join, prompting the formation of a network of women groups where women equitably share resources, knowledge and skills so as to improve on their lives. KWDT currently networks 16 women groups.
Empowered rural women with productive livelihoods in healthy communities.
Enabling rural women to effectively manage their social, economic and political development processes for improved livelihoods.
Programmes and Activities
• Integrated sustainable agriculture program
• Micro credit program
• Entrepreneurial development program
• Water, Hygiene and sanitation program
• HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Water sanitation related diseases.
• Infant, Reproductive and Maternal Health Program.
Leadership and Political Participation
• Mentoring women to participate in decision making processes.
• Supporting women to acquire leadership and political positions.
• Train women in human rights, political and leadership skills.
• KWDT advocates for community recognition of a woman´s rights and ability to participate in political leadership
Cross cutting themes
• Environmental conservation practices are embedded in all KWDT programs, sustainable agricultural practices, conservation of plants and animal species, generation and promotion of renewable energy.
• Advocacy and lobbying for improved service delivery through establishment, training
• Capacity building for the women and other beneficiaries to ensure sustainability of the benefits
• Creating awareness through drama plays and theatrical productions
Margaret Nakato is the Coordinator of the Katosi Women Development Trust (KWDT).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.