The Power of Collaboration

We believe in the power of collaboration as the means to achieve our goals to educate the illiterate and empower the weak and vulnerable with knowledge. Our working partners are proof that “Together We Can”. It is an honor and privilege to work with all of these outstanding individuals, institutions and organizations that are dedicated to making the world a better place to live.

Cornell Engineering World Health

Our newest partner in the academic world is the prestigious Cornell University with its Engineering World Health group. This team of engineers will take us to a new level of interactive software that will teach our beneficiaries about tuberculosis with a gaming type approach. TB is a deadly disease that is killing thousands every year, particularly in low income countries, such as Uganda. Working with Cornell EWH’s team, we are determined to close the gap of misinformation and improve knowledge how TB can be cured with early detection and treatment.

Cornell EWH

Santa Clara University Frugal Innovation Hub

If it wasn’t for the efforts of Santa Clara University Frugal Innovation Hub, Rose Academies wouldn’t be where we are today. With their innovative design and development, we are taking technology into impoverished, rural clinics and communities that lack internet access. Our Android based application programs now include Hedhi Help (a sexual develoment and MHM program), OmwanaThrive (neonatal health), Healthy Future (a compilation of healthcare booklets), Obulamu Eats (nutrition) and more. Their continued support is changing the way healthcare is being taught in far off corners of the world.

Santa Clara University College of Arts and Sciences

Santa Clara University College of Arts & Sciences is the backbone of our revolutionary healthcare application programs. Beginning with Hedhi Help (a sexual develoment and MHM program), our programs have expanded to include OmwanaThrive (neonatal health), Obulamu Eats (nutrition guide for young girls), and Senga Safe (cervical cancer awareness). These application programs are changing the way we teach healthcare to the rural poor and are proving successful in the multiple regions where we work.

Texas A&M University – School of Public Health

Our partnership with Texas A&M has been instrumental in the development of our organization to become a leader of healthcare educational resources for the rural poor. Starting with a simple community service project, hundreds of undergrad students created storybooks on healthcare and disease prevention which led to the foundation of our YouLearn library.

The summer of 2022, was the beginning of our internship program for graduate students completing their Masters in Public Health. Each practicum opportunity tackles serious global health concerns that include mental health, cervical cancer, TB, reducing disabilities and reducing adverse outcomes of pregnancy.

Makerere University School of Public Health

We are truly excited to begin working with Makerere University’s School of Public Health as we begin preliminary testing of a new TB diagnostic tool. We look forward to working with MakSPH on this significant project as we hope to see that this new manner of diagnosis will increase early detection, treatment will be expedited and more lives can be saved. Thank you to all MakSPH staff for this important working partnership.

Makerere University School of Public Health

Uganda National Action on Physical Disability

Our new partnership with Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD) is another sign of our commitment to support the disabled community in advocacy and action. We are honored to work with this long standing organization that has been advocating for the rights of the disabled for over 24 years.

Uganda National Action on Physical Disability

Uganda National Association of Cerebral Palsy

We are excited to partner with Uganda National Association of Cerebral Palsy (UNACP-Uganda) as we are both dedicated in our mission to help persons with disabilities to have a better life. Our educational programs have been developed for the low literate learner and are well suited for persons that have Cerebral Palsy. We look forward to working with UNACP as we help families learn about nutrition and healthcare.

Uganda National Association of Cerebral Palsy

Partnering Across Countries from Nigeria to Uganda!

Our partnership with Society for the Improvement of Rural People in Nigeria (SIRP-Nigeria) is significant as we join together in mutual commitment and dedication to empower the vulnerable segments of society with training and project implementation designed to improve the health and welfare of the rural poor and reduce preventable deaths of children.

Our ongoing relationship with multiple working partners supports and reinforces our commitment to provide equal access to education, healthcare services, and employment opportunities for all persons regardless of their ethnicities, religious beliefs, gender or abilities.