Marginalized groups are subjects of hate, superstitious accusations & murder.
Equality Heals Africa (EHA) was founded by a group of concerned libertarians, interventionists and human rights activists with a prime objective of responding to various marginalized groups in Uganda that suffer from discrimination and exclusion. Our target group includes and not limited to people with disabilities, single mothers, victims of fistula disease, albinos, prisoners and persons of different sexual orientation. These people are usually subjects of hate, superstitious accusations and even murder.
If Disabilities, teenage pregnancies or sexual orientation becomes public it normally results into loss of social status, income, education, friends, family connections, and loss of identity.
When, for example, disabilities, teenage pregnancies or sexual orientation become public, they normally result into loss of social status, income, education, friends, family connections, and loss of identity.
Envisioning a Uganda and Africa for all, EHA supports these marginalized groups to live free from discrimination, violence, invisibility and deprivation. We do this by producing enlightening documentary films, building vocational institutes and thus creating a society which can be proud of their progress through humanity.