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The awards aim at empowering women through supporting and recognizing individuals that are using their skill and profession to empower others and make contribute to the country’s culture, arts, social, political and economic development.
The women of substance awards celebrate the achievements of women in Uganda who have made an impact in Uganda and have become role models within their communities.
The award is under 5 distinguished categories which include; Public service, Music, sports, Media, Art and Culture.
Below are the contestants and how they are currently faring:
Public service: Rebecca Kadaga 69, Jennifer Musisi 50, Margret Zziwa 6, Allen Kagina 4.
Music: Cindy 205, Juliana Kanyomozi 158, Judith Babirye 21, Joanita Kawalya 18.
Sports: Phiona Mutesi 47, Flavia Namakula 25, Peace Proscovia 33.
Media category: Flavia Tumusiime 87, Crystal Newman 25, Siima Sabiti 11, Lydia Navakoowa of NBS 12.
Art and Culture category: Anne Kansiime 116, Stacie Aamito 26, Nana Kagga 14.
To vote for your choice woman of substance, go to: www.Airtelforwomen.com