2011 begun with a cloud of uncertainty due to political and economic instability that was later followed by calm. This did not veer us away from our vision but rather inspired us to work harder to ensure that our programs create the much needed impact-prevent violence against women in Uganda.
CEDOVIP's programs made significant progress in mobilizing communities to prevent violence against women, supporting the local councils, police and the health care sector to strengthen their response to cases of violence against women, though direct implementation of programs in Kampala and technical support to civil society partners and the local government structures in Busoga. CEDOVIP continued to be recognized as a leading organization in preventing violence against women in Uganda. Our partnership with Raising Voices continued to thrive as we collaborated on the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of SASA! in Kampala.