WHO WE ARE
Compassionate Women Initiative is a registered 501c3 in the United States and is an affiliate project of Global Outreach Uganda
Compassionate Women Initiative takes on an approach of responding to the needs of communities holistically and does implementations that meet the spiritual, psycho-social and emotional needs of communities in the areas they serve.
CWI’s main goal is to Train, Evangelize and Community (TEC). CWI holds Trainings in Sexual Reproductive and family health to meet the need of ensuring stable and manageable families, to help communities heal their brokenness;
CWI also shares and shows the love of Christ to communities through various evangelistic avenues and lastly engages communities in ventures that spur their own growth and development.
CWI’s head office is situated at Gabula Road 4C and D, Jinja district, Uganda and CWI carries out implementations in various districts in Uganda; Jinja, Kaliro, Luuka, Mayuge, Ntungamo, Isingiro, Moyo, and Arua.
CWI MISSION ANNUAL REPORT
CWI fed over 500 families in the slum communities of Masese I, Masese III, Mbiko, Makenke, Bugembe Bukaya and, Moyo district.
A Word from Missionary Director(Diana Ferrell)
Community transformation is the heart of what we do. Despite the interruptions from the Covid 19 pandemic. Compassionate Women Initiative (CWI) has continued to maneuver through the turbulent environment to accomplish its mission.
We are committed to our goal of Training, Evangelizing and community interventions to realize our mission.
SPONSOR A CHILD'S EDUCATION
Join us in playing our part to see that children live to see a better and descent future. We are already doing the part of teaching them who God is.
And we have also advanced to helping them with their outer man who will need an education and special skills so us to sustain themselves and their families in the future.
You can choose to give financial help or send physical items such as computers, books and pens or even vehicles. We can always find a way of putting everything to use for the betterment of children in education.