Member profile

Organization

TWO HANDS ONE LIFE

Constituency

Civil Society

Country/Region

Uganda

Organisation Description

Two Hands One Life (THOL) is a non-profit organization which was established by Ms. Jacqueline Nnalunkuuma Muwanga and her team and is the Executive Director. THOL was established on grounds of love, charity and passion. THOL is duly registered as a nonprofit nonpolitical organization under Article CAP.2012 of the constitution of Uganda with registration number 80020000580679. We aim at working together to improve life and livelihood of underprivileged and marginalized children and individuals within communities, especially children of reproductive age between 10-25 years, who live in areas of high concern and need and other situations of adversity. We bring small teams of trained professionals to share information and workshops with children both in and out of school and their families within the deprived communities we serve.

VISION STATEMENT
improve the livelihood of youths and the elderly through trainings equipping each with a skill, awareness drives, multi-media communications and behavior change initiatives.

MISSION STATEMENT
To improve the livelihood of the youths and the elderly in Uganda through capacity building, life skills, youth empowerment initiatives, health education, youth networks, skilling programs, Economic empowerment and social justice, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.
GOAL
Motivation for positive change
THEMATIC AREAS:
1.Reproductive Health
Menstrual hygiene
Adult health
School sexual reproductive health education
Fistula awareness
Maternal Health
2. HIV/AIDS
Scaling of HIV awareness and testing among the youths and children along the shores of Lake Victoria in Buikwe district
HIV testing and treatment
Referral of HIV sero positive youth care and management
Retention into care
3. Gender equity
Advocacy for children's rights
Domestic violence
Women economic empowerment
Girl child education
Male champions
Life skills
4. Research and training
5. Environmental protection and conservation

Issues

Sexual violence

Physical violence

Emotional violence

Neglect

Sector

Health

Women and gender equality

Early Childhood Development

Social Services/Child Protection

Education

Research