ABOUT HAKI YA WOMEN

HAKI YA WOMEN HEALTH UGANDA (HAYAWOHU) is an indigenous nonprofit making community grass roots organization based in Uganda. It was formed after realizing low access to Reproductive Health Services, high levels of mthys and misconception on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights issues, high poverty and unemployment levels which hinder most of the women of reproductive age to acess services , Gender Based Violence among women of reproductive age.

We focuse on Women empowerment with emphasis to easing access to sexual Reproductive Health Services, Awareness and Sensitization on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHRs), Livelihood and Skills Development among Women of Reproductive age including addressing causes and consequences of un safe abortion through awareness, sensitization and prevention.

OUR CORE VALUES

Professional Ethics

We believe in preserving the safety, security and confidentiality of individuals in all professional contexts, mentoring others to realize their potential, taking pride in one’s profession.

We conduct ourselves in a manner that is consistent with the professional ethics and standards, and the expectations of the people of the communities that we serve.

Teamwork

We value effective teamwork and collaboration when delivering services. We strive to achieve the organizational goals and objectives, and we are committed to participatory decision making.

Accountability

We are accountable to the people and partners we humbly serve, demonstrating honesty, adaptability, responsibility and a positive attitude, especially when we seek feedback that helps us improve.

Empowerment

We are committed to empowering local people and to organize communities to serve their own through a holistic approach to transformation.

Non Discriminative

Non-discrimination is a pillar on which we build our programs. We ensure equal treatment of an individual or group irrespective of their particular characteristics, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, national origin, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.