POLICY PAPER ON INCLUSIVE SRHRsTriumph self advocate presents a policy paper on access to inclusive SRHR for adolescent girls and young women with psycho social disabilities.Click HereSAUTI YA DADA (GIRLS’ VOICE)Adolescent girls in their safety circle during the Covid-19 pandemic.Click HereLOCAL AND HIGH LEVEL ADVOCACY ENGAGEMENTS TRIUMPH founding director (WNUSP board member) during the UN high level meeting.Click Here
TRIUMPH is an indigenous organization that advocates for the inclusion and rights of persons with psycho social disabilities.
Founding Director – TRIUMPH
Society that fully includes persons with psychosocial disabilities
To contribute to the process of enhancing recovery, building resilience and investing in social networks for inclusion of persons with psychosocial disabilities.
Empowered society that includes persons with psychosocial disabilities for productive and independent living
- Increased awareness about psychosocial disability and about the rights of persons with psychosocial disabilities.
- Enhanced capacity of PWPSD, their families and local communities to promote inclusion and participation of the affected persons in society
- Increased collaboration and partnerships for advocacy to increase access to essential services by PWPSD
- Increased institutional capacity within Triumph Uganda to realize the mission of the organization
Using creative arts, music, dance and drama to mitigate stigma and discrimination.
Empowerment of women
Empowering girls and women in self realization, diversity, rights to inclusive SRHRs.
TRIUMPH designs Policy papers for sustainable social change among key stakeholders
TRIUMPH Trains in Disability inclusion and rights, Holistic Mental Health Management & more
TRIUMPH members have successfully used their life experiences of walking a mental health recovery journey with disability. Demonstrating love care and support, inspiring hope to mitigate stigma at all levels.
Number of girls reached
120 girls reached directly
Number of districts served
Reached 10 districts
There are recorded 126 recoveries
Reached 100 women
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