Women Empowerment

Vocation training

Under this, Lawrence young foundation intends to provide knowledge and skills that can make the vulnerable women within our community self-sustainable.

By providing vocational skills and trainings in art and crafts, weaving, tailoring, and knowledge on better farming skills, Lawrence young foundation is able to empower women to rise up and stand as self- sufficient, capable of providing for themselves and contribute to the well-being of their families. Seeing as women are the mothers of every nation, even of the future, we find it very necessary that the vulnerable among these women are equipped and made capable of promoting sustainable development.  By making women financially self-sustaining, Lawrence young foundation seeks to attain Sustainable Development Goals as with concern to achieving Gender Equality in the community.


Business Mentoring

This program is specifically engineered for the women who have been equipped with knowledge and skills on how to start and run a business.

Having received the trainings in vocational skills, these women are to be mentored on financial literacy, looking at budgeting, investment and keeping self-reliant within the business. This program is intended to ensure that they become independent rather than completely depending on Lawrence young foundation.







Capacity Building.                                

Under the capacity building program, Lawrence young foundation intends to promote the capacity of the women under our program  to develop, implement and sustain their own solutions to problems in a way that helps them shape and exercise control over their physical, social, economic and cultural environments.

This will be carried out by engaging the women to engineer guided solutions to societal problems such as gender based violence and family problems within their communities, engaging concerned parties and with guidance from professionals within the field.

Katwe Women Support Group


Lawrence young Foundation is a non-profit organisation operating in Uganda especially in  Remote areas like Katwe-Kasese Queen Elizabeth National Park. It started with few children from remote families in Katwe village- Queen Elizabeth National park in Kasese district. Later other villages and communities with in the national park joined like, kayanja, katungulu, kasenyi, kikorongo, Hamukungu, kahendero, Omuruti, Nyakatonzi, Katojo and Rwehingo and the Foundation was transformed into a National Charity for the Children from all over Queen… Read More


The ultimate goal is to have 2000 orphans and vulnerable children back to school by 2026 because they will have all the structures and facilities to help them change their lives cognitively, social emotion and physically.



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