Lizza Kawooya

Economista attiva a Kampala, si batte quotidianamente per l’eguaglianza delle donne, con attività di carattere sociale ed educativo.

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L’imprenditoria è il futuro delle donne ugandesi

Spesso la violenza domestica si verifica quando c’è un rapporto di dipendenza economica: per questo, molte organizzazioni che aiutano le vittime includono nei loro programmi l’alfabetizzazione finanziaria

di Lizza Kawooya 8 min lettura

ore 21:00

Sierra Leone’s Gewe Act against gender based discrimination

Thanks also to international organization and gender quotas systems, the status of women all over Africa has progressively improved over the years

di Lizza Kawooya 4 min lettura

ore 21:00

Ugandan police makes investigation around a building after two women were this morning found dead in a residential house in Kampala on February 15, 2017.

The case of policing crime behind desktop monitors

How Uganda tries to tackle the growth of crime. Through a Cctv network expansion project

di Lizza Kawooya 3 min lettura

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The Russia-Ukrainian war: the case of african sustainability

This Country has to find its way to be self-reliant

di Lizza Kawooya 3 min lettura

ore 21:00

Uganda, a disruptor to girls’ education: the case of teenage pregnancies

Protect the women and save the Nations

di Lizza Kawooya 4 min lettura

ore 21:00

Ebola, an outbreak after a pandemic

Uganda faces new (local) lockdowns as Ebola spreads

di Lizza Kawooya 4 min lettura

ore 08:00

Learning poverty: the case of early childhood development

Which future without childhood education? Learning poverty is a critical issue for Sub-Saharan Africa and many other regions of the World

di Lizza Kawooya 3 min lettura

ore 19:00

The African women’s right to ownership

Africa: gender equality also means full access to property ownership

di Lizza Kawooya 4 min lettura

ore 08:00

Evolution of the role of African women

A day dedicated to Pan African women to remember those that stood out in human development and as an invitation to become even more

di Lizza Kawooya, Maria Angela Maina, Sandra Hawi e Sophie Gai 7 min lettura

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Period poverty and stigma: the case of buying period products

Period should not be just a female topic: only with the involvement of men (not just partners but also fathers and brothers) social stigma can be overcome

di Lizza Kawooya 3 min lettura