Despite the society in Northern Uganda being male-dominated, women are charged with nearly all the domestic and agricultural family activities. Women grow food, collect water, build and maintain houses, educate children, and generate income for the home, yet somewhat remain among the most disadvantaged and marginalised in the community.
Our mission at Amara Hub is to create dignified livelihood opportunities for youth, especially young women and girls. We are working alongside educators, community leaders, non-governmental organizations, and local government authorities, to lead and contribute to the development and delivery of solutions to our most pressing skills and socio-economic challenges.
By inspiring increased commitment and investment in skills development, and access to opportunity, we are empowering youth in Northern Uganda to participate in the new world economy.
We hold ongoing sessions to enhance active citizenship, personal development, and employability of our programme participants and alumni.
Our creative arts vocational trainings and hands-on STEM sessions contribute to the productivity and cultural vitality of the community.
The digital literacy sessions improve appreciation of digital tools for self-expression, mass mobilisation, and economic empowerment.
We guide young people on how to handle their finances from a position of knowledge, confidence, and clarity.
We facilitate structured one-to-one and group peer mentoring as an important function beyond learning sessions.
We provide micro-grants that catalyse youth in our program to become successful entrepreneurs.
Direct Opportunities created
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Female Entrepreneurs Attribute their Current Success to Amara Hub's Support
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Our reskilling programs in Northern Uganda primarily target young people who are charactersitically disadvantaged and trying to move up from domestic labour. We carry out competency-based evaluations on areas that allow candidates to draw on experience throughout their life like caring; planning and juggling work priorities; tact and diplomacy.
Amara Hub seeks to level the playing field for economically inactive and underrepresented young people through positive action. We shall do this by creating 1000 direct training and apprenticeship opportunities for contractors, freelancers and agency workers. Additionally, we seek to gather evidence of the multiplier effect of investing in female entrepreneurs to deliver gender balance within the economy.
Amara Hub's evaluation of impact begins with rich conversations with beneficiaries and community members about what it means to be empowered in their local context. Our theory of change maps changes in thier resources, agency and achievements which correspond to short-term, intermediate and final outcomes. These signals provide us with a deeper understanding of the pathways through which the programme can affect people's lives.
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