Roho Amani is a soul traveler, from North West London, with a history in Social Work and engaging with at risk youth, working in the areas of social inclusion, mental health, personal/community development and empowerment.
As a community and health activist, who is passionate about nature and self-sustainability, living in tune with nature and being self-sufficient in all areas of life, she has been travelling through Kenya and Uganda working with and supporting a number of different organizations, who are doing great work in their communities.
Currently residing in Jinja, which is on the east side of Uganda, near the border to Kenya, where Lake Nalubale (Lake Victoria) and The Nile River meet, Amani has been inspired by the beauty and spiritual nature of Jinja and has been very active in building relationships in local communities in order to create opportunities for change.
From sustainable agriculture and encouraging locals to use their land to plant food and look after the land around them, to assisting in improving the wellbeing of children and young people, skills training and so much more, she continues to be example of how to work in harmony with the people and the environment.
Amani is part a great network in Uganda and is passionate about moving forward and contributing to the social and economic change in Africa, working on linking Diasporans and Continental Africans in all areas of international trade.
Inspiring young people, through sharing history and knowledge that empowers young people and communities to take advantage of all the opportunities available to them, including funding projects and facilitating skills training, music workshops and giving individual access to local services that they would not normally have access to.
Encouraging individuals and organizations to create businesses with their talents and learned skills and inspired by our young people and our great teachers, Amani knows that if we work together for the highest good of our neighbors and our environment, we can alleviate many of the challenges we face today.
‘We can work together for a better world, we men and women of goodwill. those who radiate the intrinsic goodness of mankind.’
‘When the roots are deep, there is no need to fear wind’