Group photo taken with the Mukono district stakeholders after the project launch meeting

We are thrilled to announce our latest financial collaboration with the Hivos Project. In the previous year, 2013, TAHI successfully secured a grant from the Hivos and regional SRHR fund, paving the way for the implementation of a one-year initiative known as The MVoices Project.

This project is strategically designed to increase the participation and representation of youth with disabilities in national policy formulation spaces. Targeting the densely populated Wakiso and Mukono districts, which harbor the largest number of people with disabilities in Uganda, our goal is to effect positive change in these communities.

Image of Misa Nabbatanzi, project Officer during the presentation of the project overview

The MVoices Project aims to empower 50 youth with disabilities as transformative agents within the two districts. Through capacity-building, these youths will be equipped to advocate for the needs and rights of youth with disabilities.

The project is committed to forging strong partnerships with local leaders, the Ministry of Health, and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to create an inclusive and supportive environment for youth with disabilities.

Image of the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer of Wakiso District (Right), Assistant District Health Officer of Wakiso district (centre) and The Team Leader of TAHI after the project launch meeting

We are proud to share that the launch of The MVoices Project has already taken place in both districts, receiving attention from major media outlets. Stories about the project have been featured in the Daily Monitor and New Vision paper, the two largest print media companies in the country.

For more detailed information about The MVoices Project launch, kindly follow the links provided below for coverage by both media houses. Your continued support and interest in our initiatives are truly appreciated.

Link to Daily Monitor coverage

Link to New Vision coverage