the ground that Uganda has a deficiency of constructive leadership
The formation of FYLAA lay heavily on the ground that Uganda has a deficiency of constructive leadership. The need for alternative and transformative leadership in addition to the prior argument significantly informed the basis for FYLAA’s emergence and the need to offer alternative and transformative leadership. FYLAA continues to be a major stakeholder in the transformation of Uganda through proliferation of young leaders who are the mantle of Uganda’s social economic development.
In 2008, FOWODE’s LBI alumni came together and formed an Association known as the FOWODE Young Leaders Alumni Association (FYLAA) with a vision of a society where the leadership upholds the ideals of social justice and gender equality and set out on a mission to build a strong cadre of young leaders who promote gender equality and social justice through capacity building, advocacy, net-working and research.