BUILDING STRONG WOMEN OWNED ENTERPRISES

UWEAL envisages a wealthy woman responsibly contributing to national economic development.
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About UWEAL

Uganda Women Entrepreneurs Association Limited (UWEAL) was established in 1987. Currently reaches out to 2.5 million women in business in Uganda. It works in 3 core program areas: strengthening women owned enterprises, promoting networking and marketing linkages for business women, advocating for policies that create an enabling environment for women to compete favorably in business. 

 

UWEAL has spearheaded the transformation of the landscape that gives women in business a voice to show case that women are as capable to start and run a business as much as men. The association is currently firmly placed in the private sector to assist and provide the necessary support and guidance to women in business and to advocate for favorable policies through which women entrepreneurs can flourish.

 

Empowering Women Entrepreneurs to create Wealth

UWEAL has invested heavily in developing and strengthening the entrepreneurial capabilities of women in Uganda and providing a platform to create strategic local, regional and international business linkages, access business information, markets, resources and expertise in a bid to help them build competitive businesses. 

Incubation Center

What it is

The UWEAL Women Incubator Centre supports women and girl entrepreneurs through the provision of Business Development Services, mentoring, business support, facilities and enabling environments that meet the specific needs of women and girl entrepreneurs in Uganda.

How does it work?

The Women Incubation Centre is sub-divided into four sub-sections of; Agribusiness value addition Hub; SCT Hub ; ICT Hub, and; DC Hub. The goal of the project is to promote the development of competitive, profitable and sustainable businesses in agriculture and ICT among women and girl entrepreneurs. This will create employment especially for the youth and alleviate poverty among economically marginalized women in Uganda. Click on the link below to learn more and get details on how to join.

WOMEN CHAPTERS

We believe that investing in women is investing in our nation’s economy. UWEAL works towards creating opportunities for its members and women entrepreneurs across the country to access capacity building and networking opportunities, and take part advocacy campaigns. We have offered training and business advisory services in a representation of 73 chapters(districts).
Nothern Region
22
District Chapters
Central Region
15
Chapters
Eastern Region
8
District Chapters
Western Region
16
District Chapters
 
UWEAL
Secretariate/Head Office
UWEAL Secretariat 

Our upcoming events

Learn here about our upcoming events. Some of our events are online allowing you to participate remotely.