Recent Reports

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Uganda

101 Pregnant Women Served: Q1 2019

June 13, 2019 - 
  • 49 patients were transported to various referral facilities for rehabilitation.
  • Follow-ups were conducted for 96 beneficiaries to ensure adherence to treatment plans and track recovery progress.
  • A draft of the physical master plan for Panyadoli Health Centre III was created, and the final plan will be released soon.
  • 129 clients with hearing impairments were screened and counseled both by phone and in person by a team of specialists from Gulu.
  • Integrated services that benefit both refugees and the host community were continuously provided.
  • Carried out Continuous Medical Education (CME) sessions for all medical and support staff at the...
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Uganda

6 Players Earn School Scholarships: Q1 2019

May 23, 2019 - 
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Uganda

Providing Meals Improves Outcomes: Q1 2019

May 23, 2019 - 
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Uganda

73 New Students Enrolled: Q1 2019

May 22, 2019 - 

Since RMF took on the management of Panyadoli Vocational Training Institute (PVTI) in 2011, over 1,000 trainees have graduated and are actively employed, either running their own businesses or working for someone else. Most of our graduates are refugees, and they are taking advantage of the Ugandan government’s “free employment policy,” which allows refugees to secure employment and move to other locations where their services are needed. Many PVTI graduates testify that this training has changed their lives from being dependent to being independent.

  • 70 students are registered to take the DIT exams on April 25, 2019, to...
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Uganda

1,201 Students Supported: Q1 2019

May 22, 2019 - 


Medicine and Human Resources Support
  • Provided medicine, as well as medical, laboratory, and cleaning supplies for the health centers in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement.
  • Continued to facilitate integrated outreaches, where community members are empowered with preventive health strategies and knowledge concerning malaria, HIV/AIDS, mental illness, and more.
  • Conducted ongoing trainings for medical staff, cleaning staff, and health workers as well as on-the-job mentorship.
  • Transported patients, including victims of war violence, to various referral facilities for rehabilitation.
  • Continuous immunization of all under-5 children living in and around the settlement was implemented through the health facilities and outreach activities.
  • UNHCR...
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Uganda

Vocational Training Department Registers Great Success: Q1 2019

May 11, 2019 - 
  • Buwate Sports Academy held and organized another match, called Gyagenda Gala for under-12 and under-14 children, with the help of the LC1 Councilor. 16 teams took part in the event, including Isla Soccer Academy, Vega Light, Komamboga, Naguru Soccer Academy, Police Soccer Academy, and Kampala City Council Sports Academy, among others. Unfortunately, Buwate Sports Academy lost during penalty kicks.
  • Buwate Sports Academy hosted the Ssekanyonyi Community Team from Gomba. The match was played at the Seeta sports grounds with a 3-2 win in favor of Buwate Sports Academy.
  • The school fees of 80 children under RMF sponsorship were paid...
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Uganda

Students Perform Very Well on Senior Exams: Q1 2019

May 08, 2019 - 
  • Purchased instructional materials, including chalk, pens, manila charts, 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.
  • Teaching and learning continued throughout the reporting period without interruption. Teachers attended to the students as expected, continuous assessment was carried out to ensure that students did not fall behind, and exams were conducted at the established intervals.
  • Paid teachers’ salaries and support staff’s wages promptly, which is one of the reasons World Children’s Fund Mama Kevina Secondary...
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Uganda

School Celebrates Donation of Toothbrushes: April 2019

April 22, 2019 - 
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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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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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