At a glance
- 92p of every £1 we spend goes directly to delivering our projects.
- Our UKaid funded HEAL project provided Health, Empowerment, Education and Livelihoods to almost 9 thousand beneficiaries in Mayuge, South Eastern Uganda.
- Through the HEAL project, 1,553 women have gained economic independence and remain active members of HEAL Savings Groups.
- 1,203 business enterprises have been set up by women and girls as part of the HEAL project in Uganda.
- With thanks to Soroptimist International Manchester, our HEAL ‘light’ project continued in Malawi until 2017 and 78 enterprises have been set up by young women.
- Our Big Lottery funded project, Gender Equality and Health in Kasese, Uganda (GEHKU) reached over 297k beneficiaries, leaving a legacy to help reduce the spread and effects of HIV/AIDS.
- A total of 73,126 people have been tested for HIV and sexually transmitted infections to date.
- Over 1.4 million people have received HIV/AIDS and sexual health awareness training since we began.
- In September 2017 we opened our first permanent community health and education facility, in Mayuge, South Eastern Uganda: Kathy’s Centre, delivering the dream of our late co-founder, Kathy Smedley.
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