Item I2 - Margaret Tuhumwire annoucing a development project for Entebbe Women's Association (EWA) in Entebbe, Uganda, 2010

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Margaret Tuhumwire annoucing a development project for Entebbe Women's Association (EWA) in Entebbe, Uganda, 2010

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International Women's Rights Project (IWRP)

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CA ON0034 10-187-F3-I2

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  • 2010 (Creation)

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1 moving image (mp4): col., 1 min., 54 sec.

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This video documents Margaret Tuhumwire, director of Environmental Women in Action for Development (EWAD), announcing development projects to a small formal gathering of people sitting and standing outside in Entebbe, Uganda. One of the projects announced is part of the Entebbe Women's Association (EWA). EWA is a local partner with the International Women's Rights Project (IWRP), University of Victoria. The description on IWRP's website ( reads: "The Entebbe Women Association (EWA) is a non-profit organization based in Entebbe, Uganda, and provide services for children and families in need. EWA takes an interest in community development, seeking to address the impact of HIV/AIDS on children and families, and also working to protect the community-sustaining natural resource of the waters of Lake Victoria." Other women identified in the video are: Doo Aphane(founding national coordinator, Women and Law Southern Africa) at 00:00:22 seconds and Mary Balikungeri (director, Rwanda Women’s Network) at 00:00:46 seconds.

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Donor Susan Bazilli in accession in ACC-2020-14


Files were acquired from the donor's Vimeo account, or through email.

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ACC-2020-14-01 package in Ontario Library Research Cloud (OLRC)

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All rights remain with the University of Ottawa Library Archives and Special Collections. Contact Archives and Special Collections for copyright permissions. International Women's Rights Project (IWRP), director Susan Bazilli.

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