About Caring Hands Foundation


About Us

Caring Hands (CH) Foundation was registered as a Non Profit making organization on the 25th of November 2020.

Vision Statement

To promote social and economic empowerment (improved and sustainable livelihood), Health (improved health and wellbeing), Education (improved access to qualitative and functional education), Good Governance (access to justice, accountable institutions, peaceful and inclusive societies) and Environment.

Mission Statement

Creating projects that focus on youth empowerment through academic advancement, entrepreneurial support, health and education. To organize mentorship and career guidance, sexual rights health rights and motivational summits for teenagers and youth. Work with similar groups to raise awareness against gender based violence, gender equality, gender budgeting, teenage pregnancy, and bullying. To assist the local community, mainly disadvantaged & vulnerable communities through the provision of basic need: food, shelter, school uniforms, shoes, educational resources, skills training.

Caring Hands CH Foundation



Caring Hands (CH) Foundation was founded under the Ngwempisi Constituency in the Ngcoseni chiefdom by women, feminists and activists who seek to see change in their community and in the Eswatini country at large. Caring Hands (CH) Foundation’s goal and mandate: is to see a country that promotes justice for all, gender equality whereby we achieve gender equality and empower all. To end all forms of discrimination against all women and girls. To eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls in the public and private spheres including trafficking, sexual and other types of exploitation. To have more women and girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). To have more women who are well educated about their rights and who are willing to fight for them.

The organization also seek quality education for all, zero hunger, good health and well- being, reduced HIV infections, decent work and economic growth and to have a global network of women’s rights (human rights) and sexual reproductive health rights activists. To build a youth center whereby it consist of a sports area, clinic services (HIV testing and PrEp) and psychosocial support for victims of Gender based violence. Caring Hands (CH) Foundation has improved livelihoods of more than 250 people through the one home one garden initiative, positive masculinity summits, women and girls summits, through the provision of clothes, dignitary packs for girls, food parcels, school shoe campaign, shelter and soup kitchen for the elderly and OVC’s.