Power of girls leading to end child marriage

Advancing girls’ leadership by working directly with girlsConducted “Girls’ Parliaments” through which girls engaged with key stakeholders like police and childprotection unit, political as community advocacy to end child marriage in the communities at sub county anddistrict level. 70 girls trained to lead the Girls parliament, and 285 Adolescent girls and young women aged13-24 years and participate in the Girls …

Involving communities to end child marriage

Community dialogues, Girls Parliament to end child marriage in Uganda – Actively involving communities in the fight against child marriage. SCOEN has developed and refined Community Dialogues “Girls Parliament to end child marriage in Uganda”as a set of participatory methodologies to surface community perspectives on issues affecting children especially a girl child on child marriage. We engage in participatory dialogues …

Community Engagement to End Child Marriage update

With the Parliament to end child marriage in Uganda sessions we aimed at identifying the role of community engagement to to ending CEFM through ensuring equitable access of marginalised and out-of-school girls to education and training. To achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”, emphasises the need for “providing women and girls with equal access to education, health …