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"Empowering Women in Sports: The Impact of the DIDA Women's Day Cup 2024"

The theme for International Women’s Day, 8 March 2024 (IWD 2024) is #InspireInclusion: When we inspire others to understand and value women's inclusion, we forge a better world. DIDA continues to forge positive visibility for girls in Eastern Uganda.

This year we are raising awareness in marginalised communities, helping to achieve gender equality and empowerment for the youth of Budaka.

In its sixth edition, DIDA will be holding our annual Women’s Day Cup gala on 8th March 2024, for girls. We shall be celebrating women, acknowledging our young girls, teachers and empowering and awakening the giants in our beneficiaries and Community.

A gender-responsive approach to inclusion and education can increase the awareness of women and girls regarding their rights and civic engagement.

Our Objectives

● Challenge the narrative of women in leadership and sports in Uganda with inclusion and a more gender- equal world.

● Provide a platform to showcase girls skills and talents,

● Empower a generation of Ugandan youth to truly understand and believe that they have their destiny in their own hands.

● Transform individuals and communities in understanding the power of contribution,

● Collectively working together to challenge the status quo.

2023 Sponsored Kit for the winning team

Sponsorship Opportunity

Sponsoring DIDA makes a positive difference in the community and your name will be associated as a supporter of social development.


1. Tournament Sponsor - be named the event 2024 event sponsor and have your name as tournament sponsor.

2. Football sponsor – sponsor footballs for the event and prizes for the teams

3. Water Sponsor – main water sponsor for all DIDA events

4. Book Sponsor - DIDA beneficiaries receive selection of your choice of inspirational books to our young leaders to read and pass on to their peers (approx. 300+ students across different age groups).

5. Long-term event sponsor of DIDA4Schools Initiatives and growing the DIDA Women’s Day Cup

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