Recent Reports

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Uganda

184 Assessed for Malnutrition: Q4 2018

April 18, 2019 - 
  • 30 inpatient beds were repaired at Panyadoli Health Centre III.
  • Conducted care group approach training for 300 volunteers (125 refugees and 175 nationals), both male and female.
  • Conducted drama shows in the community as part of our World AIDS Day celebrations.
  • 354 people (31 pregnant, 196 lactating, and 94 non-pregnant or lactating women, as well as 33 men) attended a community dialogue on fistula, facilitated by the EPI focal person at Panyadoli Health Centre III.
  • Transport was provided to 105 clients (25 male and 80 female) with war violence-related illnesses: 101 (23 male and 78 female) were referred...
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Uganda

203 Students Take National Exams: Q4 2018

March 25, 2019 - 
  • Sufficient food was purchased throughout the reporting period, and students were served nutritious meals. RMF is committed to ensuring access to education for vulnerable children in Uganda, and we are glad to provide food, supplies, and other support to keep the school running smoothly.
  • Purchased instructional materials, including chalk, pens, manila charts, laboratory reagents, tools for agriculture lessons, and more. These are essential for the smooth running of the school, and enabled the students to stay on track with the syllabi and prepare for national exams organized by the Ministry of Education.
  • All subjects, as outlined by the Ministry...
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Uganda

Academy Commemorates World AIDS Day: Q4 2018

February 17, 2019 - 
  • School fees were paid for children in candidate classes to ensure they could complete their examinations without interruption. Buwate Sports Academy saw 15 candidates complete primary seven and 4 candidates complete their Ordinary Level of education.
  • Buwate Sports Academy organized a Christmas Cup for the under-15 children. This was held at the Kira sports grounds, where the team was defeated at the semi-finals.
  • Buwate Sports Academy organized friendly matches during the long holiday. One was for the under-13 Buwate boys with an Italian-sponsored team, held at the Nambole National Stadium. The game ended with a tie score of 1-1.
  • The...
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Uganda

120 Integrated Outreaches: Q3 2018

January 11, 2019 - 
  • 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.
  • Purchased and delivered medicines to the health facilities on a monthly basis to treat patients.
  • Purchased laboratory supplies to test for diseases. Medicines and testing helped save lives.
  • The health project in Bidibidi received 2 new vehicles, a coordination vehicle and a funeral van, to assist in day-to-day activities of the project, as well as facilitate coordination of the programs.
  • When technical issues delayed the arrival of medicine and medical supplies from UNHCR...
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Uganda

Students Participate in Inter-House Competition: Q3 2018

December 30, 2018 - 
  • Paid teachers’ salaries and support staff’s wages promptly, which is one of the reasons World Children’s Fund Mama Kevina Secondary School has been able to maintain highly motivated teachers and staff.
  • Paid the school’s utility bills, mainly electricity.
  • 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.
  • Teaching and learning continued throughout this reporting period without interruption, and the...
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Uganda

Academy Participates in Airtel Rising Stars National Tournament: Q3 2018

December 12, 2018 - 
  • Buwate Sports Academy organized a friendly match with the boda boda community of Kasangati, Wampeewo, and Seeta in the under-17 category and victoriously beat the adults in the game, with a 4-0 win.
  • In order to boost the children’s morale in football (American soccer), Buwate Sports Academy visited Kira Sports Academy to play a friendly match in the categories of under-3, under-9, under-11, and under-13, respectively.
  • Buwate Sports Academy took part in the Nasuna Football Gala in the category of under-17 at Gangu, where a number of teams were invited, including Busabala Junior Team, Spato Soccer Academy, Super Heroes...
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Uganda

Celebrating World Breastfeeding Week: Q3 2018

November 01, 2018 - 
  • Thanks to appeals from donors, Panyadoli Health Centres received 4 boxes of assorted cholera kits from Direct Relief International, a US nonprofit organization.
  • Through Global Fund support from IGAD and UNHCR, we conducted 3 community dialogues to promote prevention of HIV/TB and provide information on service access points in Ranch 18 and Zone C of Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement.
  • 68 staff members at Panyadoli Health Centre III received weekly CMEs, which improved their skills in detection, diagnosis, and management of hepatitis B.
  • RMF delivered a consignment of medicines and medical supplies, alleviating the lack of essential drugs.
  • 348...
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Uganda

Newly Constructed Health Facility Commissioned for Use: Q2 2018

October 12, 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 and delivered medicines to the health facilities on a monthly basis to treat patients. RMF also purchased 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...
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Students Participate in Athletics Tournament: Q2 2018

September 28, 2018 - 
  • Paid teachers’ salaries and support staff’s wages promptly, which is one of the reasons World Children’s Fund Mama Kevina Secondary School has been able to maintain highly motivated teachers and staff. We have recently increased the teachers’ allowances to compensate them according to the growing number of students.
  • 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.
  • The school...
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Uganda

Soccer Gala Spreads Hope: Q2 2018

September 23, 2018 - 
  • Buwate Sports Academy organized and held holiday sports programs for the academy children, and serious training began, especially for those attending boarding school, in order to prepare them for the holiday matches.
  • Buwate Sports Academy children traveled to Kayunga District for yet another friendly competition at Namagabi Muslim Secondary School’s playgrounds. The competition was Buwate versus Colaster Secondary School in the categories of under-11, under-13, and under-17. Buwate emerged as the overall winners in all of the matches played.
  • Thanks to RMF’s support, the Kireka senior team had the opportunity to participate in the Kampala Central Fourth Division League.
  • Wages...
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