About Us

Rhythm of Life is a non-profit organization formed in 2013. Currently, we run health outreaches in the red light districts of Kampala (Uganda) for HIV-positive sex workers. In time, our aim is to build a permanent health cafe in Kampala for these women who have / are facing stigma and exclusion from healthcare. We also want to bring an end to the cycle of mother-to-daughter prostitution. We have created a sponsorship programme to support their daughters in education and professional healthcare training. Most importantly, through our economic empowerment initiatives, our women will eventually be able to independently support their daughters through school.

 

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3 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Pierre Muzinga Ngolera November 26, 2013 / 3:08 pm

    Thank you
    This is our Ideas and all that we can do for to help marginalised pepople
    It is not for Uganda but for all Africa, we must do something

    Pierre

  2. Tom Larson September 5, 2014 / 7:50 pm

    I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Tom Larson, and I am part of a crew that is putting on the first annual Entusi Music Festival. The Entusi Music Festival focuses on an Anti-Hate message and bringing together people and cultures through musical Collaboration. You can see more on our Go Fund Me video: http://www.gofundme.com/a7iz2c

    Part of our vision is to also have a dynamic introducing public health and well being. Thank you for all you do.

    Tom Larson
    http://www.Tomlarson.com
    615-293-1309

  3. musinguzi derrick March 2, 2015 / 9:33 pm

    invest in a girl and expect results of change in the whole world.

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