Girls’ Education

Rhythm of Life acknowledges that containing the threat of the HIV / Aids virus requires the courage to tackle challenging social issues, the commitment to making long-term investments, and a preparedness to go beyond existing measures. As an organisation, we view HIV / Aids not only as a health problem, but also a product of — and exacerbated by — human rights violations. Since HIV / Aids disproportionately affects the poorest, least educated, and most marginalized groups, our aim is to eliminate stigma and to empower those living with the virus.

The daughters of sex workers are instrumental in our vision to bring about change in the red light districts and improve the life chances of a “forgotten and marginalized” group.

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A new Rhythm of life.

Welcome to our blog!

We are a small charity operating in Uganda. We are interested in helping the tiny fraction of the Ugandan population who have been discriminated against and denied access to the healthcare system – the sex workers in the red light districts.

Please take the time to look through our pages and posts to find out what we are about. Your feedback and comments will be greatly appreciate, as well as your support.

With thanks,

From ROL Family