Strategic Objective: To promote women's economic autonomy, economic justice, increased decision making power at micro and macro-levels and demand for more equitable law and policy\ and an enabling environment in North-Eastern Uganda.
Strengthening women’s economic autonomy and supporting activism for economic justice AIDI supports interventions that seek to increase women’s economic decision-making power at micro and macro-levels, demand more equitable law and policy in economic spheres, and create an enabling environment for women to thrive including in relation to the physical environment and impacts of gender inequality in Ugandan patriarchal communities..
Advancing food sovereignty and the leadership and participation of women as Africa’s majority food producers, particularly in decision-making around food and agriculture
Enhancing women’s rights in actions on climate and environmental justice
Defending women’s land, property and inheritance rights
Supporting sustainable livelihoods initiatives for women in Uganda that are designed to impact on rights outcomes and are based on effective and just business models (sustainability, equity, profitability and growth potential as well as improved representation in economic decision making).
Increasing acknowledgment of and protections around women’s economic activities and contributions (including the role of market women, informal sector labour, unpaid care work)