Recent Reports

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Uganda

Malaria Prevention & Treatment: April 14, 2018

April 28, 2018 - 
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Promoting Behavior Change Towards HIV/AIDS: Q4 2017

March 25, 2018 - 
  • Continued to provide high-quality health services to persons of concern through the Outpatient department, Inpatient department, inpatient therapeutic care, outpatient therapeutic care, community outreaches, and referral services.
  • Throughout the reporting period, RMF purchased medicines to treat patients and laboratory supplies to test for diseases. Medicines and testing helped save lives.
  • Food supplements were procured to support the nutrition program.
  • During the reporting period, RMF purchased other hospital supplies to support the program, including furniture and waste receptacles.
  • RMF provided a constant flow of cleaning supplies, which enabled our diligent sanitary team to keep health facilities clean. The cleanliness of...
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Students Go to Watoto Wasoka Christmas Camp: Q4 2017

March 23, 2018 - 

This Quarter:

  • School fees were promptly paid for 65 children in Buwate Sports Academy, with funds from RMF.
  • Students in candidate classes were visited during the briefing for their Primary Leaving Examinations (PLEs).
  • Buwate Sports Academy children continued making liquid soap as an income generating activity (IGA). The funds generated from this activity were invested in transportation, away matches, and restocking the first aid kits.
  • The under-17 and under-12 Kireka boys’ teams have begun training for the Fourth Division Kampala Central District League Tournament.
  • Buwate Sports Academy received training kits from RMF, which...
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Mental Health Department Supporting 688 Patients: Q4 2017

March 18, 2018 - 
  • RMF procured and delivered sufficient medications and medical supplies to the Panyadoli Health Centres. These were delivered on time throughout the reporting quarter.
  • RMF procured and delivered sufficient cleaning supplies and tools, maintaining a highly motivated, well-equipped team of cleaners who continued to keep the health centers clean and neat.
  • Provided sufficient laboratory supplies so that patients requiring laboratory services are tested accordingly.
  • Provided sufficient stationery and printing supplies for the program, mainly to support the data department.
  • Conducted special trainings on TB and HIV/AIDS treatment and management.
  • Conducted an in-house special training for the cleaners on medical...
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167 Candidates Sit for National Exams: Q4 2017

March 11, 2018 - 
  • Paid the school’s utility bills, mainly electricity.
  • Purchased more laboratory reagents and samples that were used during the practical science exams.
  • All subjects, as outlined by the Ministry of Education, are being taught. These include mathematics, physics, agriculture, chemistry, English language and literature, geography, history, commerce, accounting, information technology, Christian religious education, and fine arts. The school employs teachers for all these subjects, making their expertise available to students.
  • Parents of students in candidate classes visited in order to offer encouragement.
  • Teaching and learning continued throughout this reporting period without interruption, and the students are keeping up with...
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Caring for Orphans and Vulnerable Children: Q4 2017

February 01, 2018 - 
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Uganda

JICA Delegation Visit: Q4 2017

February 01, 2018 - 

We continue to provide financial support and guidance for the four departments at RMF’s Panyadoli Vocational Training Institute (PVTI). During this reporting period, the following accomplishments were achieved:

  • All four departments were provided with adequate training and examination materials during the reporting period, which helped PVTI to conduct training without interruption. Trainees were also provided with safety tools and uniforms.
  • Due to the funding from RMF/WCF, the program is able to attract additional partners. During the reporting period, Panyadoli Vocational Training Institute (PVTI) received supplementary materials from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (...
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10 Players Offered Scholarships for Secondary School: Q4 2017

February 01, 2018 - 

RMF has continued to implement our sports development program, which is promoting psychological wellbeing, life skills, and cooperation among the youth. The program has helped diffuse some of the tension existing between different tribes from South Sudan.

During this Quarter:
  • Regular soccer trainings were conducted within Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement among the 8 teams that were created at the beginning of the program.
  • The program hosted Lee Parker of Laureus Sport for Good. He visited the program and had an opportunity of interacting with different stakeholders participating in the program. This helped to strengthen the relationship between RMF and Laureus Sport...
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School Fees Paid for 9,756 Students: Q4 2017

February 01, 2018 - 
  • The vocational training program has helped enhance the peaceful coexistence of refugee and host communities, because the training is available to the host community as well.
  • Panyadoli Vocational Training Institute (PVTI) has been able to attract additional partners to contribute towards the success of the program, including JICA, which supported PVTI with the purchase of additional training materials.
  • Both theory and practical trainings were carried out successfully; i.e., the syllabi were all completed before the final DIT exams.
  • RMF hosted a delegation from JICA, which came for a follow-up visit after the donation of startup...
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Construction of Permanent Health Facilities: October-December 2017

January 24, 2018 - 
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