- Age: 25
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It isn't enough to talk about gender equality. One must believe and work at it to make gender equality a reality. To make a real difference, we must change public policies in line with stereotypes, attitudes, and behaviors to ensure equal opportunities that contribute to socioeconomic growth .
- Inviolah Nambi
Inviolah Nambi was born and raised in Uganda. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from Makerere University in 2019. As an Administrative Assistant at Community Integrated Development Initiative, Inviolah is responsible for managing the front desk and helping all staffs at the organization, through filing, secretarial work, and compiling reports. Additionally, she is a Coordinator at the Red Girls Initiative Uganda and Advisory member at WECO Uganda.
What ignited your pursuit for gender equality?
The fact that gender equality is not only a fundamental right, it is also a keystone of a prosperous, modern economy that provides sustainable inclusive growth in a given society.
Please share your biggest wins as an advocate for gender equality.
As a participant in the face of Muk pageant, I spearheaded a social media campaign on the signs, symptoms, causes, and dangers of breast cancer. This was very impactful in showing how self-examination can be done and where to access services. I consider it a win because it saved a women's life through the information that was shared.
Outside of your gender equality advocacy work, what do you enjoy doing?
I enjoy photoshoots, swimming, playing badminton, watching movies, and dancing.
- Luganda (Advanced/Native)
- English (Intermediate)