UGANDA - 92hands

Community Development

$1,985 raised

92hands is a movement empowering young adults in Uganda to transform their communities through intensive community service. Believing that true community development is not just about providing money or services, 92hands helps people discover their innate potential, learning to become self sufficient and thrive over time.

HOPE works with 92hands to support two programs:


One Child Education

The best way to change the life of a community is to change the lives of the children in it. Educating our children helps break the generational cycles of illiteracy and poverty and paves the way to a successful and productive future.

The One Child Education program ensures that the children who are vulnerable in the community are identified and provided the resources necessary for them to attend school and attain an education.



Us4Women empowers Ugandan women to rise above poverty through workshops, adult literacy programs, business and skills training.

Educating a woman brings about self-esteem and confidence and promotes active participation in her society. An educated mother enhances the literacy of the family, provides better hygiene, increases financial status, conquers disadvantages, discrimination and fights against exploitation.

We believe that investing in a women’s economic empowerment and skill development is one of the most urgent and effective means to drive progress on gender equality, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth.

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$1,985 raised
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