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In the last 2 years we have supported 16,000 Girls with



In March 2019, a group of Ladies in Boston called the NAHANT WOMEN’S CLUB donated a water tank and sanitary pads for girls with the purpose of supporting our campaign to Keep girls in school and end child marriage.



Since all schools were closed down, we established clubs in different parishes where we would meet young girls and share with them information regarding the dangers associated with teenage pregnancy

Menstrual Hygiene Management

In the move to put an end to menstrual stigma among girls in rural schools, we have supported more girls with sanitary pads and knickers so that they don’t miss schools or fall victim of Teenage pregnancy

School Clubs

We have school clubs whose purpose is to create a platform for young boys and girls to share issues affecting their lives


Our annual Hiking event this year took place in July as we led a team of 35 Hikers from different organizations with the purpose of breaking stigma around menstruation in the Rwenzori Region.

Community Sensitization

RTU has organized awareness raising meetings in Namayumba sub-county, involving community leaders and parents;

Best Experience

In 2019 alone, we introduced Girls Matter Clubs in 9 schools and these have help to improve on the self esteem and confidence levels of our 450 club members.
Tamara Allen

We are delighted to say Thank You to all our Volunteers over the years.

Natukunda Nehemiah

Programs Associate.

Kukundakwe Faith

Youth Leader

Nayebare Shallote


Kushaba Sarah

Administrative Assistant

Mutesi Miriam

Programs Manager

Tuhumwire Winfred

Western Region Coordinator

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