Name of the organization
Rella Women's Foundation
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Hakuna Matata Program
Rella Women’s Foundation engages rural and pre-urban-LBQ based grassroots women. The Hakuna Matata Program then facilitates and monitors the behavioral change in Mental, Sexual, Reproductive Health, and Rights among LBQ Women in Uganda. Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) is a cross cutting theme in Rella Women's Foundation’s gender justice, governance and media programs.
The Hakuna Matata Program ensures universal access to healthcare, including reproductive healthcare, family planning, sexual health and rights for LBQ women living in Uganda. This goal is achieved through the right to access education regarding sexual and reproductive health, enabling legal and policy framework, budget allocation, capacity building and sexual practices behavioral change.
The Program attempts to change and challenge policies and practices that affect LBQ women in our country through research and documentation. Our work will be about changing decision-making processes, to make them more democratic, equity-based, and to ensure that LBQ women’s mental and health concerns are on the agendas.
Rella Women’s Foundation engagements must always be done following the feminist principles and must always be about getting a change in actions, not just in understanding the ongoing injustices and in creating innovative and creative intervention ways and methods. We hope to motivate and empower other LBQ women so that we too have the confidence and skills to participate in mental and health decision making and research.
Rella Women’s Foundation hopes to represent LBQ women in the Mental Health and SRHR movement in Uganda through different activities that include;
Rella Recovery and Wellness Project
Rella Advocacy Project
SRHR service referrals
Hakuna Matata Research Project