Uganda has one of the youngest and fastest growing populations in the world. More than 70% are below the age of 30 years. Women give birth to 5.6 children on average. Many of them are single mothers or teenagers, who face challenges to sustain themselves and their families due to structural inequalities. In addition, 84% of Uganda´s population resides in rural areas instead of developed urban cities. Traditional roles and values, high gender inequality and little economic possibilities in the rural environment limit the capabilities of women and girls to finish school, engage in formal employment and unleash their potentials. To correspond to prevailing gender roles, women do the majority of domestic labor, such as cooking, cleaning and fetching water, leaving little time to earn an income or engage in higher education.