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MIFUMI commemorates Jo Cox Foundation’s 5th Anniversary

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Mahr is not Bride Price

Letter to the editor, Guardian Newspapers UK In the UK this week (16 August) the Guardian Newspaper reported on a ‘Landmark UK court ruling due …

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NEWS: Using Drama to change attitudes and practice

MIFUMI is also working through the schools to include extra-curricular activities that should impart knowledge on components of human rights, healthy relationships so as to …

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NEWS REPORT: Capacity building for members of MIFUMI Women’s Network

NEWS REPORT:  Capacity building for members of MIFUMI Women’s Network TO ENSURE FULL PARTICIPATION OF MEMBERS OF MIFUMI’S NETWORK, MIFUMI HAS STARTED CAPACITY-BUILDING SESSIONS FOR …

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NEWS REPORT: Monday 6 December 2010

NEWS REPORT: Monday 6 December 2010 ‘African Archers’ radio series gives domestic violence victims a voice Victims of domestic violence in a remote part of …

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Community Action against Violence to Women: Best Response to Covid 19

The good news is that no one has died in Uganda from the virus COVID-19. Community response and donations to aid the needy has been …

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Domestic Violence Report Files in Tororo’s sub-districts

My colleague Frank and I are sitting at the back of a pickup truck. This is my first week on the job collecting the stories …

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Latest News

LATEST NEWS: Mobilising communities for collective action against violence MIFUMI’s community mobilisation efforts picked up in 2016 with the mass recruitment of community volunteers and …

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Joyce Nekesa

Joyce Nekesa got married at 17 years of age. They were neighbours, he noticed her just like she had noticed him. They decided to get …

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Teopista Nyapendi

My husband and I have three children and because I was the good wife doing as I was told; and never dwelling on the beatings …

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Sylvia Namusoke

Sylvia Namusoke a primary school teacher, disagreed with her husband over a building they had equally contributed to and constructed. They put the titles in …

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Groundbreaking research on perpetration prevention

We believe that children everywhere deserve the chance to grow and learn in safety – free from the threat of sexual abuse. In recent years, …

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Shining a spotlight on local heroes in Yemen

Heba works as a Public Health Promotion Officer for Oxfam in her hometown of Aden, southern Yemen. In the four years that Heba has worked …

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