Everyone's health and safety counts
Women participation in gender economic planning
GRONET believes that women's participation and engagement to influence gender-responsive macro and micro economic planning and policy formulation and implementation is key to addressing the underlying causes of women's economic marginalization at regional, national and local levels. We advocate for the implementation, review, and formulation of gender responsive trade policies, laws and regulations at national, regional and international level.
Child Care Support.
Over 3 million children and adolescents in Uganda grow up in families struggling to survive on less than $1 a day. But no dollar measurement can convey the hardships of children who are malnourished, whose water is unsafe to drink, who miss school and grow up without ever visiting the inside of a health facility.
Please Donate to support these Children
Uganda has about 45,000 children that live on the streets of Kampala and other urban centres, their issue is not properly addressed and they are seen as athreat to the societies hence facing many vigorous challenges. GRONET looks at mainstreaming these children in the national building by providing care, support, education, skills and protection because every child has an opportunity for indoor and out-door recreation.
Uganda has 1.3 million people above 60 years. Many struggle to bring in areliable income and are vulnerable to living in poverty, ill health, disabilities, abandonment, discrimination and limited access to health care. We aim at supporting them through breaking the barriers of health care, building them a secure income by working with the Government and providing special needs and care to them.
We are committed to providing support to orphans, elderly, disabled, youth and women by serving special needs to them.
Your help is needed.
A call for action
Uganda has over 2 million child workers aged from 5 to 17 years. These children work at their employer's premises, others work in plantations, crop farming and many of them are engaged in domestic duties, Some beg, wash cars, scavenge, work in the commercial sex industry, in restuarants, and sell small items on the streets.Find more Info