Uganda – Rape Hurts Foundation seeks volunteers

Please consider offering your plumbing/mechanical skills to help RHF support and improve the lives of women and children, who are victims of rape.
RHF currently operates in rural Jinja, Kamul & Buyende, Uganda.
“To strengthen organizational capacity to improve socio-economic status of rural women and wellbeing of children in central and north eastern Uganda by 2021.”

RHF will focus on establishing water and sanitation facilities in schools, households and communities, conducting hygiene and sanitation improvement trainings, introducing new water and sanitation technologies, creating spaces for citizens to engage, influence and demand improved water, sanitation and hygiene facilities from decision makers.

To contribute to reduction of gender disparities in education and children in vulnerable situations by 2021, RHF will ensure access to quality education and vocational training.

To increase literacy levels, vocational and life skills for women, youth and vulnerable children by 2021 RHF will support vocational skills development, adult education and capacity building.

For more information regarding RHF projects please contact:
Helen H. L. Tanyinga
Executive Director
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