- To Provide a platform for young women and girls to raise their voices.
-To challenge discriminatory laws and practices.
-To provide equal opportunities to all.
-To raise awareness on society's most challenging needs
Call To Action
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“I was a teenage mother when I first came to ESLA Uganda. I was scared and alone, and I didn’t know what the future held for me. But ESLA Uganda gave me hope. They provided me with the support I needed to get my life back on track and also feel free to express myself with my peers. Today, I advocate for fellow girls and help them avoid the mistakes I did, and I am so grateful to ESLA Uganda for helping me to achieve my dreams.”
“I was a victim of gender-based violence when I was a child. I was traumatized and I didn’t know how to cope. But ESLA Uganda helped me to heal. They provided me with counseling and support, and they helped me to understand that I was not alone. Today, I am a strong and confident woman, and I am so grateful to ESLA Uganda for helping me to rebuild my life.”
Jane Namukwaya, Naminya Buikwe
“Being the very first president of The Girl’s parliament paved a way for me to be a leader and believe in myself. I found out that leadership is about helping others find themselves and I take great pride in those I helped during my time at Wanyange girls SSS in Jinja. I will always be part of the Girl Parliament”
Sundi Lakshimi- charter president
The girl Parliament WANYANGE SSS
“I am a community leader in my community, and I have seen firsthand the impact that ESLA Uganda has had on the lives of women and children in my community. ESLA Uganda’s programs and services have helped to improve education, health, and economic opportunities for women and children in my community. I am so grateful for ESLA Uganda’s work, and I know that they are making a real difference in the lives of women, children and the youth in Uganda.”