Telephone: (+44) 07828307997 / (+44) 7859063643
utulivucoordinator@live.co.uk
 

About Utulivu

Utulivu’ is a Swahili word meaning PATIENCE. We work with women, children and the senior citizens….Read More »

Our Vision

To be a catalyst for positive change in the self, individual families and the wider community ……Read More »

Our Mission

To integrate into the wider community through events and activities that promote healthy living……Read More »

Our Ethos

Socially construed values are handed down by women which are a challenge that women have to positively…..Read More »

What we Do

Our activities and events are geared towards alleviating poverty, loneliness, isolation, depression and social exclusion usually experienced but not limited to the minority ethnic communities. This includes, educational seminars/conferences and gardening. We promote healthy and strong family relationships as we are aware that is key to a healthy and wealthy society

Meet Our Trustees

Cecily Mwaniki

CEO

Esther Onduso

Trustee

Lorna Obure

Trustee

Lillian Mshila

Trustee

Josephine Fiona

Trustee

A Charity that's dedicated to its community

We believe it’s important for us to be active members of our local communities and to make a positive difference where we live.

Our Partners

We work closely with other local charities to ensure that we serve our community at best.
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Reading Refugee Support Group

RRSG are here to help them to be independent, to access their rights and to encourage their self-esteem and confidence.Read More »
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Alliance For Cohesion & Racial Equality

Alliance for cohesion and racial equality was set up in 2012 to promote equality, community empowerment and community cohesion in Reading. Read More »
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Reading Borough Council

Aimed primarily at local residents. Information on local services, buses, theatres, museums and theReading learning network.Read More »
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NHS

Health services in Reading are delivered from local NHS Trusts, the first point of contact for most NHSservices is usually from the Primary Care providers this …