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Fem Alliance Uganda

Kampala, Uganda
Joined May 2022

FEM ALLIANCE UGANDA works in all parts of Uganda.MISSION: To promote Human Rights and Restore the Dignity of LBTQ through Research and Advocacy, supporting Personal Development and Combating Violence

Presence in: Uganda
Focus: LGBTQI+ Rights

FEM ALLIANCE UGANDA is a lesbian, bisexual, transgender and Queer organization, which was established in 2012 by a group of Trans and lesbians who felt that the needs of the growing LBTQ community was not adequately represented by the few minority groups organizations in Uganda. And more so in the wake of the constant harassment, insults and discrimination heaped on them by an ignorant society because of their sexuality or sexual preferences as well as transphobia even within the LGBTI and sexual rights movements.
FEMA’s Vision: A stigma free Uganda where LBTQ enjoys equal rights, Human dignity, respect and social justice.
FEMA’s Institutional Objectives
1. To increase knowledge, information and advocate for Human Rights of LBTQ within the
2. To promote a well-co-ordinated, inter-de-pendant and strong network of LBTQ membership.
3. To develop the institutional capacity of FEMA-Uganda to be able to fulfill its mandate
4. To establish and maintain strategic partnerships with key allies and partners

People Associated With This Organization

Jay Mulucha

Fem Alliance Uganda (Unverified)
Joined May 2022
Interests: LGBTQI+ Rights
Mulucha Jay is a Ugandan Transgender man who is a human rights activist, Executive Director and founder of Fem Alliance Uganda. Fem Alliance (FEMA) is an LBTQ organization that brings together LBTQ persons in Uganda to advocate for respect and protection of their rights, especially from violence. It also seeks to empower members through skills training, development and providing them with information about basic services and opportunities that can enhance their development. This is done through strategic and meaningful partnerships. Jay also runs a small shelter which accommodates LBTQ people who were disowned by their families, chased away from schools and work places and have no place to be.Jay started his activism and Human Rights work in 2010. Jay is one of the founding member of Trans Network Uganda and currently the board chair of Trans Network Uganda. He is also an Alumni with Young African Leaders Initiative (Mandela Washington Fellowship 2017). Jay holds a certificate in leadership skills.By joining this Network, i will be able to learn and unlearn a lot from different people in the Network and this will improve my work and my services that i offer to my community. Jay Mulucha derives passion from trying to make Africa a friendlier place for the current and future LGBTQ individual. Thank you.

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