Proud ladies show off their tailoring creations.
60 young mothers are our newest healthcare educators! Healthy for Life Program was developed as a means to inspire out of school girls to become community leaders in the provision of healthcare knowledge. The young women that were selected to participate in the Healthy for Life program have been studying about nutrition, disease prevention and family health, as well as […]
126 Young Adults Graduate from Rose Skills Development Program SOROTI – Soroti district leaders have lauded Rose Academies, a charitable organization, for skilling youth and Persons with Disabilities (PWDs). The remarks were Tuesday (January 10, 2023) made as 126 organization’s students at Gweri village; Gweri sub-county in Soroti district graduated and received certificates in tailoring and baking after six-month training. Soroti […]
This documentary features the shocking truths about non-communicable diseases in Uganda and how they are taking the lives of a much younger population. We approach healthcare challenges differently – and that’s a good thing! Our Rose Uganda Creative Arts Team (RUCAT) is tackling the growing crisis of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in a big way with their talents in music, dance […]
Meet our dynamic Rose Uganda Team Members These young adults are doing amazing work to save lives in rural Uganda, despite the ongoing pandemic COVID-19. Their efforts in teaching mothers how to feed and care for their infants, showing persons with disabilities how to improve nutrition by fortifying porridge, and holding interactive and engaging workshops are changing the way we […]
Workshops that are truly inclusive bring smiles to disabled persons in Gweri Sub County. Beginning in early 2021, Rose Uganda PWDs Chapter began providing persons with disabilities in remote villages of Gweri Sub County a comprehensive health and nutrition program in an effort to reduce malnutrition and preventable deaths of children. Lessons include workshops on nutrition, maternal & child health, […]