Who We Are

Founded in 2018 and registered in 2020 with a registration number JJA/12/2020/00473 Hands of hope focuses on improving the lives of the most vulnerable women, children, youths and the elderly. Each and everyday millions of Ugandan women, children and youths strangle to find enough to starve off malnutrition enough water to survive and medical care services necessarily to sustain minimal health. Faced with limited educational and vocational opportunities, they long for lives of health, prosperity and security for their families, communities and their nation desires that are important to all.

Hands of Hope addresses the cycle of poverty by building trust and authentic relationships with people living in the areas where we work, listening carefully to them, caring for them and working alongside them to empower them and also change their lives.

Together we envision, create, manage and stain projects that provide access to clean water, educational opportunities ,improved health care and training resources that increase their agricultural production and economic development. These integrated efforts have proven to ignite hope, restore dignity and energize communities to join together for a better tomorrow.


Integrity: we encourage a culture of transparency and openesses in our program implementations.

Team work: we work well together in building better communities for all

Result oriented: we strive at attaining a lasting impact by creating a climate of continuous improvements, responses and open to new ideas.

People involvement: we are inclusive and empowering at all levels of our implementations.

God centered: All our programs are faith centered on God.

Strategic objectives

  • Promote entrepreneurship engagements of communities

  • To empower adolescent girls and young mothers to engage in advocacy and good governance to establish favorable economic and health policies.

  • To increase agricultural productivity so as to enhance food security and incomes for rural women and youths.

  • To develop effective capacity building through skills and knowledge developments.

  • To enhance child protection through facility advanced childhood effects and civic education.

Target population

  • Women ( Teenage mothers, widows , disabled women and children).

  • Elderly ( Both women and men)

  • Youths ( In an out of school)

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