Who we work with ARUWE’s main focus is women headed households, and we have two flagship projects specifically aimed at grandmothers. Due to a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases many grandparents have found themselves raising young grandchildren, along with other orphaned and vulnerable children from their communities. As a result, many of the households we work with are comprised of an older female head, and several young children, sometimes as many as 20. Our work is not limited to women: we also support, school children, out-of-school youth and entire communities, and acknowledge the importance of working with all stakeholders to improve the livelihoods of the most vulnerable women and children in rural Uganda. In 2013/14, ARUWE worked with 1,400 women to improve the food security and income of their households. We helped to bring clean safe water to over 2,300 households and over 540 school children. We also worked with around 2,000 women and school children to raise awareness of reproductive health and HIV/AIDS.