Menstrual Hygiene Management Key to Keeping Girls in School


Trailblazers Mentoring Foundation (TMF) is a registered non-governmental organization (NGO) in Uganda founded by two former child mothers who turned their negative experiences into a positive action.  TMF programs draw lessons from real life experiences to challenge and inspire adolescent girls and young women to embrace responsibility for their education, health and development of their community.

TMF's mandate therefore is to provide holistic programs that address critical needs of adolescents especially  girls and young women  while putting greater emphasis on ending teenage pregnancy, child marriages and empowering girls and young women to complete school and rise to their full potential. 

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TMF works to increase access, participation, completion, and achievements rates of children especially girls of all categories (special needs, child mothers, girls at risk of dropping out) to quality education. 


We build advocacy and leadership skills of children especially girls to demand for protection and promotion of their rights. We inspire girls and boys to excel in every aspect of life right from academics, economic and social life.

Adolescent Sexuual Reproductive Health and Rights

TMF team works passionately to address adolescent challenges of growth and development towards increased retention and performance of girls in school.

Economic Empowerment

This intervention targets child mothers and out of school vulnerable girls as a long term solution to breaking the cycle of poverty, promoting better life, fostering peace and development .

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Adolescents reached and empowered through Clubs


Child Mothers returned to School


Girls rescued from Forced/Child Marriage
Trailblazers Mentoring Foundation is Promoting Education in Uganda
 Promoting Education

We work toward increasing access, participation and completion rates of children including those with special needs and child mothers to quality education.

TMF Preventing Violence Against Children, Girls and Women
Prevent Violence Against Children

We build advocacy and leadership skills of children especially girls to demand for protection and promotion of their rights to education, adolescent sexual reproductive health and from all forms of abuse

To contribute towards reducing the overwhelming rate of teen pregnancy and child marriages among girls in and out of school
Ending Child Marriage

We contribute towards reducing the overhelming rate of teenage pregancy and child marriages among girls in and out of school.

Economic Empowerment
Economic Empowerment

We  economically empower girls with entrepreneurship skills and environment management for sustainable livelihood

Help Keep a Girl in School


Education isn’t just important for a girl's brighter future, it’s critical to their survival. Yet, girls often drop out of school simply because they can’t afford feminine hygiene products.

Together, we can change this.



Upcoming Events

TMF online Conference on Adolescent Sexual Reproductive health and rights
 15 OCt 10:00 - 12:00PM E.A.T
Online Conference on ASRHR 
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Adolescent Sexual Reproductive health and Rights Community Campaign in Uganda
15 OCt 10:00 - 15:00
SRH Community Campaign in West Nile
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She Leads Community Dialogue in Kamuli and Buyende
14-15 Sep 10:00 - 15:00
She Leads Community Dialogues in Kamuli and Buyende Districts
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As a part of the celebrations of International Day of the Girl 2021, Trailblazers Mentoring Foundation girls from Loodoi Primary School under the Adolescent Development and Participation Programme supported by Unicef with funding from Irish Aid participated in the “Girls Takeover”, at the Ministry of Education and Sports Uganda
Two Girls, Loma Esther Faith and Angela Elizabeth from Loodoi Primary School in Napak District in Karamoja joined hundreds of girls in over fifty countries around the world in an initiative to “takeover” leadership roles, where leading figures in political and intergovernmental spheres “stepped aside” for a day so the girls could take charge.
On the 08th of October 2021 Esther 15 and Elizabeth 16 “took over” the role of the Director Basic and Secondary Education and the role of the commissioner Basic Education respectively at the Ministry of Education and Sports Uganda.  Esther as the New Director, Basic and Secondary Education started of her duties by presiding over a staff meeting in the board room. The meeting was majorly aimed at discussing the safe reopening of schools in January 2022, highlighting a number of challenges faced by the adolescents during the COVID19 lockdown with special attention on Karamoja Region. She called for a multi sectoral approach to finding solutions to the challenges.

As a part of the celebrations of International Day of the Girl 2021, Trailblazers Mentoring Foundation girls from Loodoi Primary School .....

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She Leads Project: Meeting with Cultural and religious leaders
She Leads Project meeting with cultural leaders

Last week we met with cultural leaders in Kamuli and Buyende Districts.

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She Leads: Let girls lead, participate in the decision making processes
Giving girls platforms to thrive

The times of working for girls and young women are long gone. Its time we work with them, hear them out and let them be involved in the decision making processes 

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