On May 13, 2019, Panyadoli Vocational Training Institute (PVTI) publicized its programs in order to enlist applicants for the new enrollment period and to select the trainees most suitable for each course at the institute. The community was mobilized through advertising and posters displayed at the most strategic places within the settlement and the host community, including the town councils.
During this quarter, 69 new trainees were recruited into the program and are currently undergoing training.
Orientation is held at the start of every intake to ensure that the trainees are acquainted with the vocational
programs and activities...
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.
Essential training equipment was purchased, including balls, sports bibs, uniforms, and cleats. This has led to easy identification during training and competitions. It has also attracted more participants to the program and created more confidence in the existing players because they are adequately facilitated.
The playing fields used for practice were maintained and greened.
The team conducted 3 monthly meetings between the coaches...
During the reporting period, RMF/WCF provided medicine, as well as medical, laboratory, and cleaning supplies for the health centers in Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement. RMF/WCF’s medical support benefits both refugees and nationals who come for treatment at Panyadoli Health Centre III, Panyadoli Hills Health Centre II, the Reception Centre Clinic, and Nyakadot Health Centre II.
Surgeries continued to be provided at the Operating Theatre in Panyadoli Health Centre III, with weekly theatre days. This has significantly reduced the number of surgical referrals.
Successfully celebrated World Refugee Day, on which several activities...
Purchased instructional materials, including chalk, pens, manila charts, and more.
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.
Children who were ill during the reporting period received prompt medical treatment.
The school broke for Easter celebrations on April 18, 2019, to allow the students to enjoy the holiday break with their families.
The teachers held a beginning-of-term meeting on May 13, 2019, and the second term officially opened
for activities to commence on May 19, 2019.
Buwate Sports Academy participated in an annual football (American soccer) gala championship organized by the Kira division. This gala attracted 5 teams within the Kira division, such as King Tendo Soccer Academy, Kikutukwe Soccer Academy, Kira Soccer Academy, Telstar Kira Soccer Academy, and Buwate Sports Academy.
The school fees of 80 children under RMF sponsorship were paid. This was done in a timely manner to ensure that the students can report to school without interruption.
Buwate Sports Academy conducted a follow-up visit to one of its beneficiaries, Kibirige Asuman, who, due to school fees challenges, opted to enroll at...