Capacity enhancement of Women politicians

NETWORK OF WOMEN IN POLITICS

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FULL TEXT: Press Release: NOWIP and UMWA to train Personal Assistants of Women Members of Parliament of Uganda (10th /09/2021)

In June 2021, NOWIP documented the underlying challenges for women leaders in the post-election period and proposed recommendations on how the newly elected women leaders would remain relevant in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic as they pursued their newfound roles. Due to the existence of COVID-19, social media has altered the communications landscape for…

RE – NOWIP REACTION TO EC ROAD MAP AND THE HIKED ACADEMIC DOCUMENT VERIFICATION FEES

PRESS RELEASE

The Network of Women in Politics (NOWIP) calls upon the Electoral Commission and key stake holders to consider the already burdened women politicians especially the aspiring female candidates as they re- strategize for the upcoming 2021 General Elections. This is not the time to make sharp ended amendments, decisions and guidelines. The population is already burdened with the economic after effects of COVID-19.

THE NOWIP PRESS – Nowip

The Network of Women In Politics (NOWIP) is set to launch the NOWIP PRESS a News platform that is aimed at giving online media presence to Ugandan Women Politicians to enable them access, receive and disseminate information during the COVID-19 and the post COVID -19 era.

NOWIP PRESS platform

 The Network of Women In Politics (NOWIP) has today launched the NOWIP PRESS a platform that is aimed at giving online media presence to Ugandan Women Politicians to enable them access, receive and disseminate information during the COVID-19 and the post COVID -19 era. In March 2020, Uganda received her first case of COVID-19 which later led to a Presidential directives that locked down leading to the closure of all its border posts, learning institutions, a stop on public transport, suspension of communal gatherings like political functions and rallies, prayers and halting all international travels among other presidential directives.