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What You Need to Know About Corona Virus

COVID-19, caused by a novel coronavirus, is a global pandemic. As cases increase nationally and globally, you might be wondering if you should be worried. Below are answers to some frequently asked questions about COVID-19. What is Corona virus (COVID-19)? This is a new virus that causes a respiratory illness […]

TMF Girls Advocacy Alliance Boy/Male Champions and girl advocates petition Bukedea district over by-law on Child Marriage.

For the past four years under the #GirlsAdvocacyAlliance project supported by Plan International Uganda, we have focused on 6 districts where opportunities for adolescent girls are cut short by the interrelated issues of limited education, teenage pregnancy, child and forced marriage, early child bearing and school dropout. The main idea […]

Africa Regional Youth conference on SRH,economic empowerment and leadership

Trailblazers Mentoring Foundation (TMF) joined the government of Uganda and other partners on 15th – 16th August 2019 for the first ever Africa Regional Youth conference on Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), economic empowerment and leadership held at Silver Springs Hotel in Kampala which brought together youth from Eastern and  Central […]


Since the inception of the GAA project, TMF has employed the strategy of engaging boys/young men as Champions against child marriage within their communities. These male Champions have had their capacity to identify, report and follow up cases of abuse including child marriage and teenage pregnancy against adolescent girls within […]

We recognize children as advocates, contributors to girls’ education and hold duty bearers accountable for their decisions and actions

Increasing attention towards adolescent girls’ education.

Young girls who enter their adolescent stage without preparation are affected by unemployment, domestic violence and can’t realize their socio and economic potential. Girls’ education is still a challenge; girls continue to lag behind boys in education and employment because they lack the technical and social skills to compete favorably. […]