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Contact Info

684 West College St. Sun City, United States America, 064781.

(+55) 654 - 545 - 1235

info@charety.com

Our Work

Utulivu Women’s Group Four Pillars

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Community Hub

Wellbeing hub with physical and virtual support services offering mental and other community health, wellbeing, connections & other support services.
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Gender Violence

Safe spaces for women experiencing domestic and gender based violence and tackling female genital mutilation, and awareness raising.
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Skills & Jobs

English language, health & social care, computer and IT skills with 1-1 and group mentoring, support, work placements and employment services.
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Community Media

Amplify authentic voices through audio, print, and multimedia products with media literacy, community conversations and community journalists.

19+ Years of Experience

Learn about our impact

Women-Led And Focused Organisation

Utulivu Women’s Group is a specialist frontline women’s organisation that supports Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugees (BAMER) women, girls, and their families in Reading and surrounding areas to ensure they are safe, healthy, and have equal access to opportunities and resources. 

 Last Year , we supported Women, girls and families through Projects in our areas of work

Education

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Join Us In Improving The Lives Of Women and Girls

As a community rooted, focused and led organisation, Utulivu works with volunteers and forms partnerships with multiple organisations in developing, establishing, running and managing a variety of creative and innovative projects. 

Upcoming Event

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Mental Health Awareness Conference

We are working with the Faith Communities for our Well-being through the lens of sports.

2024-05-1710.00 am - 2.00 pm

Stress Awareness Month

April marks stress awareness month. Thank you to our great community champions who continue to engage with the weekly online