Digital inclusion and women economic empowerment

Robinah Bagenda
Posted August 2, 2020 from Uganda
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I am a Ugandan women. I grew up with my elder brother and a grandma after loosing my parents at a very tender age. I have a pamphlet of the untold stories about my lifestyle. I understand many more girl child have gone and are still going through such situations.  However, such did not stop me from pursuing my ambitions. As I talk of now I am a professional teacher. Looking at what I went through I decided to make charity organization called CHARITABLE TRUST UGANDA. It is registered at the District Level but hoping to register at National after full realization of funds from well wishers. 

Its core activities are but not limited to; safe motherhood, sexual and reproductive health tights, women economic empowerment and girl child education, lobbying and advocacy.

I pray that all women develop the same fillings I have developed. 

I further request that any women who may wish to help may contact me on the organization email:

[email protected] 

This story was submitted in response to The Real Me.

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Chi8629
Aug 02
Aug 02

Welcome to worldpluse Dear Sister , congratulations on your first post and Thank you for sharing . Have a good day

Busayo Obisakin
Aug 03
Aug 03

Welvome to World Pulse Robinah and thank you sharing your stoey with us
Love
Busayo

Nini Mappo
Aug 03
Aug 03

Hi Robinah,
Well done for fighting for your dreams even when the odds were against you. Congratulations on this new initiative that you are setting up to support girls and women in your community and beyond. With your determination to succeed despite hardships I believe that you will be an inspiration to many women and girls around you.

I hope that you get enough funding for all that you wish to accomplish.
All the best!

Tamarack Verrall
Aug 03
Aug 03

Hi Robinah,
A big welcome to World Pulse and congrats on your first post here, and on your work to establish a non-profit with such important activities. I love seeing the photos! All the best with the flourishing of your plans. I hope you will share stories from your pamphlet about your life.
In sisterhood,
Tam

Hello, Robinah,

Welcome to World Pulse! I'm happy that a new voice from Uganda is rising up!

Your story is inspiring. Kudos to you for setting up Charitable Trust Uganda to help women and girls in your country. I hope you get registration at the national level. You bring so much hope to women.

Please keep on writing. We love to know more about you and your work.

Kindly access the Resources Page from time to time for opportunities that could match your organization needs.

Welcome again to our growing sisterhood!

Andrace
Aug 05
Aug 05

Hi Robinah,
Welcome to our sisterhood and congratulations on your first story! Please, keep writing. It's great to note that you're self-made like many other sisters here. You're a strong woman. Thank you for shining the light to others. Your initiative was thoughtful of you. Keep pushing forward.

Warm hugs and take care!

Kabahenda
Aug 16
Aug 16

Dear Robinah,

Welcome to World Purse, and thank you very much for sharing your story.
It is very clear that given the problems you have overcome to get to where you are now, you are TRULY A PHENOMENAL woman.

Congratulations on setting up Charitable Trust, and thank you for demonstrating such a caring heart for other women in your district.

Uganda needs many more women like you.

In which district of Uganda do you operate?How many women and girls benefit from your organization currently?
We could love to hear more about Charitable Trust. I strongly encourage you to keepit up because it is a noble mission that you have set for yourself, and there is not doubt that it will be rewarding. More power to you.
In sisterhood and solidarity.