Rhythm of Life
What We Need
We need volunteers who can support our data management, website development and management, graphic designs, proposal writing and partnership developments
When & Who
What we Provide
A volunteer house inside the organisation premises. A shared room with kitchen, dinning and sitting room.
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More Services we Offer
Tour guidance - this is not on the fee!
This can always be planned between the volunteer and the mother organisation.
We also help out in research for instance volunteers from universities that come along with assignments and deliverables. We can use our different connections to forge information access as well as organising official meetings.
Other Ways to Help
Computers, laptops, professional cameras, projectors, reading books, baby clothes, pens, pencils
Additional Info about Us
• Coordinating all the programs and ensuring steady progress in line with the vision and mission.
• Oversee financial management and Accountability, report back to the donors.
• Overseeing the operations and the human resource management.
• Oversee Communications for and with Rhythm of Life
• Publicity, Networking and Marketing Rhythm of Life
• Advocacy for education and health accessibility in the red-light areas of Uganda
• Monitoring and evaluation of the different projects
We are happy to odder invitation letters from volunteers pursuing Visas to Uganda.
We also pick up our volunteers from the Airport.
Early Months of the year - January to March, we run economic empowerment trainings
November - we organise a National girls' summit in conjunction with other partners and stakeholders.
Rhythm of Life is a non- profit making organization in Uganda formed in 2013. It exists to establish and run health cafes in the red light districts of Uganda to improve the health of commercial sex workers and to also break the vicious cycle of mother-to-daughter prostitution among girls in the red-light districts. The social initiative is aimed at building and earning trust amongst a group of individuals who still face stigmatization and social exclusion in Uganda and in turn uplift and provide career development to their daughters / girls in the red-light districts.