Rhythm Of Life views AIDS not simply as a health problem, but a product of — and exacerbated by — pervasive violations of human rights. Because HIV/AIDS disproportionately affects the poor, least educated and most marginalized people, we have pioneered new approaches to eliminate the stigma of the disease and promote advocacy for those afflicted. It was basically formed to tackle the health rights, health care concerns and economic empowerment of HIV positive female sex workers and their daughters in the various red light districts of the country respectively.
Rhythm of Life envisions a Uganda where red light districts are fountains of major national Development contributions.
A Uganda where HIV female sex workers’ daughters are given educational accessibility.
A Uganda in which HIV positive sex workers are aware of their health rights and the precautionary health safety measures..
Inclusion and Provision of a better health care to HIV positive sex workers.
High esteemed, economically reliant and sustained HIV positive sex workers and their families