“NGOs and Uganda’s quest for socioeconomic transformation”.

Dear Friends,
6th-7th June 2011, NGOs, CSOs, Corporate Companies and Public Institutions participate in this year’s, National Civil Society at Hotel Africana.
Under the theme, “NGOs and Uganda’s quest for socioeconomic transformation”.
The fair is opportunities for many NGO’s in Uganda to show case their work and make their contribution to the Nation, visible. Sharing, networking and learning from each other is an opportune moment.
Ntulume Village Women Development Association a member of Development Network of Indigenous Voluntary Association (DENIVA), will participate, and show case the impact of its work. Member entrepreneurs will exhibit their products, and also share the impact of informal skills development programmes that NVIWODA offers to women in Uganda.
NVIWODA’s Mission Statement
Families equipped, through entrepreneurship skills and capacity building for sustainable livelihoods.
Your minute visit to our stall will be an added value to our work.
Thanks

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About nviwoda

In a humble setting lies the story of the Ntulume Village Women's Development Association (NVIWODA). In June 1987 a group of women residing in Ntulume Village founded, Ntulume Village Women Development Association (NVIWODA).www.nviwoda.interconnection.org It is a legally registered woman NGO (Reg.S5914/404) and operates in ten districts of Uganda, the organization equips women with skills, networks and shares knowledge and information with twenty seven women community based groups. NVIWODA has todate empowered sustainable families in Uganda.
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