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Women’s Day Boston | Introducing the Uganda Women’s Association International (UWAI) Sunday March 8th from 4p – Waltham

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Posted February 22, 2015 by Ugandan Diaspora News Team in International Women's Day ~ 4,150 views

     

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Introducing the Uganda Women’s Association International (UWAI)

A new vibrant women’s organization has been birthed in the Boston area to rally Ugandan women of all walks of life in the diaspora to rise up and enlarge their game of life, and live more powerfully as well as make a difference in the lives of others. It is the Uganda Women’s Association International (UWAI).

The world will celebrate the international women’s day on Sunday, March 08, 2015. On that same day UWAI will be officially launched at a function to be officiated at by none other than the Mayor of the City of Waltham, the Honorable Jeanette A. McCarthy.

By this communication, the interim chairperson and organizing committee of UWAI wish to invite all women and men of good will to this memorable INAUGURATION CEREMONY of UWAI which  embraces all Ugandan women irrespective of religion, tribe, or otherwise.

OCCASION: Inauguration of the Uganda Women’s Association International (UWAI)

DATE:            Sunday, March 08, 2015

TIME:                         4:00pm — There will be great food, drinks and fellowship!

VENUE:         Lexington Lodge of Elks, 959 Waltham St., Lexington, MA 02420

For more information, please contact:

Ms. Dorothy Stewart Lubowa

Chairperson, Uganda Women’s Association International

Email: doradoradoreen@yahoo.com

Telephone: (781) 521-3569


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5 Comments


  1.  
    Bwanika

    Another NRM outfit!! I’m tired of this.




  2.  

    Greetings Mr. Bwanika,

    Thank you for taking the time to read the post regarding the “Women’s Day Boston.”
    As you may not be aware, March is a month dedicated for women. March 8th is International Women’s Day dedicated to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. Therefore, the brilliant and courageous Ugandan Women in the Greater Boston and surrounding surbubs teamed together to formulate the “Ugandan Women’s Association International (UWAI). The official launch for UWAI is set for Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 4:00 pm to coincide with the official Women’s day. It is our belief that UWAI will address the prevailing women’s issues and try to either solve or alleviate some of the problems affecting women in our communities worldwide, including Uganda.

    I encourage you to invite all the women in your life, colleagues and friends to this commemorative event. There will be plenty of food, drinks, networking, learning and entertainment. The location is: Lexington Lodge of Elks, 959 Waltham St., Lexington, MA 02420. Please plan to be on time and we will start on time!

    “ Empowering women is not only a goal in itself. It is
    a condition for building better lives for everyone on
    the planet.”

    – UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, announcing the
    creation of the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality
    and the Empowerment of Women.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Peace Seremba Seninde
    Co-Founder
    Ugandan Women’s Association International (UWAI)
    E-mail: Ppseninde@yahoo.com




  3.  
    Hadijah

    Thank you Peace for enlightened Mr Bwanika… we shall always face ssuch negativity but only focus on our mission. I am part of the new organisation (UWAI)launching this sunday…so excited about the future of Ugandan women empowering each other in the diaspora and all.




  4.  
    Bwanika

    Peace and Hadijah,

    Well spoken. All my children are girls, and I have six of them. They are hard working and amazing women. Also I am surrounded by incredible women (friends, colleagues at work, sisters, aunts, nieces, cousins, etc ). You might be surprised that I understand women’s struggles more than you do. I also understand their health more than you do. I understand the women struggles exceptionally well. But all I’m saying is that the UWAI is funded and sponsored by Museveni. That’s all I’m saying. If UWAI had grass-root organization and support, plus leadership, I would have been a huge supporter. The way it is being funded, and supported, I’m very sorry, I cannot support and ask my girls and relatives to join. It would be a total waste of resources and time. Good luck with it.




  5.  
    Bwanika

    More power to the girl, more power to women. BEIJING Declaration

    http://beijing20.unwomen.org/en/about





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