We work to see a world where women and girls have the information and knowledge to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health and Rights.
That’s why we use multimedia communication to put sexual and reproductive health and rights information into the hands of women and girls to make full free and informed choices regarding their bodies and lives.
“He told me, if you love me, you will not use a condom” confides 15 year old Sherifa.
SafeHands is delighted to welcome a new strategic partnership with Reproductive Health Uganda (RHU), one of Uganda’s key champions for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
Sitting together in the shaded porch, Haymanot tells us about her experience staying at the maternity waiting home while Ataklit prepares a strong pot of coffee for the afternoon’s coffee ceremony for everyone staying at the home. Haymanot sits peacefully with her new baby.
SafeHands is thrilled to announce we have been awared funding from The People’s Postcode Trust and Zonta International for a new year-long anti-female genital mutilation (FGM) project working with Hibo Wardere in the Waltham Forest area of East London.
After 16 years, SafeHands for Mothers is from today called SafeHands.
SafeHands joins the #ThrivingTogether campaign to highlight the world’s most important yet ignored environmental action.
SafeHands’ Helen Frost reflects on all the conversations she didn’t have about her period.
Last Wednesday, SafeHands Founder Director, Nancy Durrell McKenna, took to the Power Stage at Women Deliver to talk about the power of photography and film to tackle big subjects and spark action and change.