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National Association of Women Organizations in Uganda (NAWOU)

NAWOU's main office is in Kampala. This organization is an affiliate of the International Council of Women, and was formed to harness efforts of various women organizations in Uganda. NAWOU's mandate is to build a strong movement among women organizations in the country.

http://www.nawouganda.org/

MIFUMI

MIFUMI's main office is located in Tororo, Eastern Uganda and supports the needs of, and promotes the protection for women and children affected by domestic violence and abuse, as well as violations based on the tradition of bride price. The organization also works in close collaboration with partners in the Diaspora.

http://www.mifumi.org/

Regional Associates for Community Initiatives (RACI)

RACI is a Civil Society Organization established by Ugandan community development practitioners and social entrepreneurs to promote understanding, observance of inclusive peace, security reconstruction and development from a community perspective. RACI's aim is to provide a forum for the free exchange of ideas on promoting observance of international benchmarks and commitments; promote understanding of development peace and security, in particular the national, regional and international peace and security instruments, resolutions, declarations, and conventions that Uganda is a signatory.

http://raciug.org/

Muslim Centre for Justice and Law (MCJL)

The Muslim Centre for Justice and Law (MCJL) is a Local organization formed in 2009 but officially registered in 2010 that is dedicated in promoting and advancing Justice, tolerance and human rights in Uganda. The organization has a primary focus on members of the grassroots communities and further encompasses the diverse community as a whole. MCJL has made considerable progress in scaling up intervention to prevent and eliminate all forms of Domestic Violence against Muslim women and young girls in Butambala and Kampala districts. Small scale initiatives have also been carried out in Mayuge, Namutumba and Iganga districts.

http://www.mcjl.ug/