TEWDI Uganda is a local non-governmental organization registered with the national NGO Board, Ministry of Internal Affairs. TEWDI Uganda was started in 2009 as a community organization known as Teso Women Development Initiatives (TEWDI) by a group of women concerned about the increasing levels of poverty, human rights violations especially against women and children and the limited access to livelihood skills in poverty stricken areas in Uganda. In November 2014 Teso Women Development Initiatives (TEWDI) was registered with the National NGO Board, Ministry of Internal Affairs in Uganda where the name was changed to TEWDI Uganda.
The organization is currently implementing development programs in Teso Region and other parts in Eastern Uganda.

TEWDI Uganda intends to achieve its objectives through the following strategies;

  1. Community Outreach and Education. We believe in providing community members with information which they can use to make informed decisions for improving their lives. We make use of community dialogue meetings during community out reaches, printed leaflets with messages and radio talk shows etc to provide relevant information to the communities on issue related to gender and development, environmental sustainability and good horticultural practices. We strive to disseminate this to partners who are keen and passionate on the same issues for further input and generation of solutions through sharing our findings with them and our stakeholders.
  2. Livelihood Skills Building focuses on providing community members especially young people and women with skills which help them to harness their creativity to address needs found in their community through innovation, maker culture, and hands-on science. Together with our partners, we develop innovations in small scale irrigation and soil-water management technologies, fitting the needs of small holder fruit and vegetable growers in Eastern Uganda through participatory process.
  3. Lobbying And Advocacy to influence positions, polices legislations and programs through partnering with likeminded organizations and individuals to rise to the challenge of addressing issues and defending rights of community members especially  women and children..

TEWDI Uganda has a Board of Directors responsible for the smooth running of the organization through regular meetings and setting up strategies for financing the organization.
The Board of Directors (BOD) provides broader policy guidelines and mentoring to the implementing unit. The BOD has the ultimate responsibility to ensure that the programme is implemented appropriately, and that it takes authority to protect and supervise the interests of the beneficiaries and guarantee the support of donors.
The BOD is responsible for employment and deployment of all the project senior staff. It is responsible for the setting of personnel procedures, deciding on administrative and financial management procedures.
The BOD constitutes of sub-committees that include; Finance, procurement and logistics. Staff development, a Welfare and policy development .The board member meets at least four times a year to review programme implementation and organization related matters. On behalf of the BOD, the Treasurer carries out monthly financial supervision. This ensures that the board remains informed of all financial transactions.