Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and queer (LGBQ) persons in Uganda have no specific legal protections. The community consists of 500,000 people
Since 2003 FARUG has lobbied for rights of women, worked to free them from violence and worked to empower LBQ persons in Uganda. FARUG has advocated for the respect, protection and fulfillment of their rights.
FREEDOM FROM VIOLENCE
RIGHTS TO HEALTHCARE
RESEARCH & DOCUMENTATION
I am a beneficiary of ARASA TOT 2016. This programme has not only equipped me with knowledge and skills but has also contributed to my leader ship roles and responsibilities regarding best practices like exemplary operating, time management, confidence and self esteem.
Arthur Mubiru, FARUG