The 2022 Amani Initiative Annual report covers a period when Uganda fully opened its economy for business after nearly two years of pandemic-related lock down. It also comes at a time when the organization is marking her 10 years (2012-2022) of existence and commitment to prevention and response to harmful practices and barriers against children and women with a focus on teenage pregnancy and child marriage particularly in Uganda.
During this period, the organization focused on programs dedicated to the response of the effects of the Covid-19 lock down to children and women through implementation of 7 strategic projects. These included:-
- School Financial Health Program.
- West Nile HIV project
- Empowered Voices
- Amplified Community Action against Teenage pregnancy and Child Marriage.
- Foundation for Learning and Empowerment
- HIV and Malaria Control Activity
Through these projects a total of 145,045 people across 15 districts of Uganda were engaged through a network of 62 partners, 1794 low cost schools, 12 health facilities and 4 community groups.
The annual report also gives a highlight of our 2022 financial investment. In 2022, we realized an increase of our total income received by 24% and increase in our expenses by 18% as compared to our 2021 financial report. This is a significant evidence of the importance of the work we do.
In the annual report you will also find some of the community voices that continue to inspire and direct our work, the list of the 62 partners we directly collaborated with and the team at Amani Initiative behind some of the work in the report.
In conclusion, 2022 was an important year where we celebrated our 10 year anniversary, hit incredible milestones in regard to impact but also launched our 2023-2027 strategic plan dedicated to accelerating our efforts to end child marriage and teenage pregnancy in Uganda.
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